South Korean swimmer Hwang Sun-woo speaks during the award ceremony for the national swimming team at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games at Seoul Olympic Parktel in Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea, on Oct. 24.
Police investigating the “hit-and-run suspicion” of former national swimmer Hwang Sun-woo (20, Gangwon Provincial Office) have concluded that he is not guilty of any wrongdoing.
The Jincheon Police Station in Chungcheongbuk-do said on Oct. 31 that it sent Hwang Sun-woo, who was suspected of a hit-and-run, to jail on suspicion of violating the Traffic Accident Handling Special Act (injury) only.
Hwang was suspected of hitting an elderly man in his 80s with his car at around 7:35 p.m. on Aug. 13 on the access road to Jincheon National Athletes Village in Gwanghyewon-myeon, Jincheon-gun, and fleeing the scene.
After more than two months of investigation, the police determined that it is difficult to believe that Hwang fled the scene after recognizing the accident.
According to the police, it is difficult to determine whether Hwang was aware of the accident because the car’s dashcam does not show the collision with A, and there is no recording function.
In addition, the damage to the side mirror was minor, 카지노사이트랭크 so it is likely that Hwang was not aware of the actual accident.
Hwang reportedly told the police, “I saw Mr. A talking to his acquaintances on the road and thought he hadn’t caused an accident,” and “When I went back to the acquaintance’s words of ‘check it out,’ I saw the police and realized that he had caused an accident.”
Mr. A suffered minor injuries and reportedly settled with Mr. Hwang after the accident.
However, the police believed that Hwang was speeding at 150 kilometers per hour on a 60 kilometer speed limit road at the time of the accident and sent him to jail on suspicion of violating the Traffic Accident Handling Special Act (injury). 고스톱