The driver stopped in Volnogorsk, Dnepropetrovsk region, instead of presenting the documents, threw a grenade on the police officers, stressed the head of the National Police of Ukraine, Sergei Knyazev.
On March 17, in the city of Volnogorsk, Dnipropetrovsk, a driver of a car with a European Union number injured a policeman, throwing a grenade. About this in Facebook informed the head of the National Police of Ukraine Sergey Knyazev.
"Police Reaction Teams prevent a local resident in a vehicle with" Eurobladed ", and when asked to submit documents for inspection, a grenade flies to police officers. A police officer is injured, his partner responds, and the attacker has no time to withdraw the check the second grenade. The Malefactor is wounded and detained ", – he writes.
According to Knyazev, police officers "have done a common act that saved the city's residents".
The head of the National Police also published a photograph of a BMW car with Polish numbers.