He was driving in either a state of consciousness or under the influence of drugs when he hit the five-year-old child with the car, according to the Copenhagen Police.
The girl passed away because she was squeezed between the car the 21-year-old was driving and a house wall.
The accident happened when, according to the police, he drove across Peter Bangs Vej in Valby on Wednesday at 4 p.m. He defied the unconditional duty to give way, it sounds.
In addition, he must have endangered the child’s mother, just as he fled the scene. In the collision, the mother overturned and hit her head against the house wall, it appears from one of the charges.
At an address in Ishøj, where he lives, the police have found 51 counterfeit 1000 kroner banknotes as well as 15 grams of cocaine and 79 grams of hashish.
A chief of the Copenhagen Police told TV 2 News on Friday morning that laughing gas cartridges were found in the car.
After a major manhunt, the 21-year-old was arrested Thursday night at 8 p.m. During a later investigation at Rigshospitalet, he had five grams of hashish on him, it appears from the charges, which the prosecutor, attorney general Kristian Kirk, reads out.
Source: The Nordic Page