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Drive in Kremlin Garden

A 19-year-old Chechen native was detained for roaring through the Alexandrovsky Garden by the Kremlin walls in his SUV late Monday, Interfax said.

The car executed a turn by the eternal flame memorial and fled the scene, but it was stopped on Tsvetnoi Bulvar a half hour later, the report said, adding that a 20-year-old Muscovite and two teenage girls, residents of Khimki and Saransk, were also in the car. The driver, the son of an unidentified wealthy Chechen businessman and a student at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, faces a fine.

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