It was reported that the 16-year-old boy, who was seriously injured as a result of gunfire fired by police in Greece last week, died in the hospital where he was being treated.
The 16-year-old, who had been in treatment since December 5, died at 10:00 this morning, according to the statement made by Ippocrateo Hospital.
The driver, who fled in Thessaloniki, Greece by not following the “stop” warning, was seriously injured when police opened fire.
The driver, who had a head injury, was treated in the intensive care unit.
The statement issued by the Greek Police Organization (ELAS) stated that the police pursued the young man on the complaint of the gas station employee, who left without paying for the petrol he had bought.
He pointed out in the statement that the police tried to stop the young man, who was said to have been driving dangerously to avoid police pursuit and to ignore warnings by firing two shots.
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