Russian Woman Enjoys Tropical Vacation, But Then One Decision Changes Everything

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RWC News Russian Woman Enjoys Tropical Vacation, But Then One Decision Changes Everything

A Russian woman vacationing in the Dominican Republic recently lost her life after smashing into a sign while dangling out of the car she was driving in (pictured above).

(WARNING, THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT):

Earlier this week, a Russian woman vacationing in the Dominican Republic with her 8-year-old son lost her life after smashing into a sign while dangling out of the car she was driving in. Shockingly, the driver of the car captured the impact on video. The footage of her final moments has since been uploaded online, where it quickly went viral.

At the start of the brief video, the woman, who was later identified as Natalia Borodina, a 35-year-old mother from Moscow, can be seen hanging out of the window of a moving vehicle wearing nothing but the bottom half of her bikini, leaving her breasts completely exposed. With her body still halfway outside of the car, she then leans back, puts one of her fingers in her mouth, and stares seductively into the camera, which is something she’s done in lots of previous pictures.

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Natalia Borodina, a 35-year-old mother from Moscow, was filmed hanging out of the window of a moving vehicle wearing nothing but the bottom half of her bikini, leaving her breasts completely exposed, while on vacation in the Dominican Republic with her 8-year-old son.

Unfortunately, doing so turned out to be a deadly mistake. This is because, moments after extending her body outside of the vehicle, Borodina was fatally struck by a roadside sign.

Mortified, the driver, Ivanna Boirachuk, who was a friend of Borodina, stopped filming. According to reports, Borodina was then rushed to a nearby hospital, where she later died from “serious injuries.”

The censored footage of Borodina’s final moments can be seen below. An uncensored version can be viewed here (WARNING, GRAPHIC CONTENT):

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Sadly, due to social media, it’s becoming increasingly more common for someone’s final moments to be caught on video. For example, earlier this year, Obdulia Sanchez, an 18-year-old woman from Stockton, California, was filming herself singing while driving drunk with her 14-year-old sister, Jacqueline Sanchez, in the passenger seat and one of her sister’s friends in the backseat when she suddenly lost control of the vehicle and crashed, killing her sister in the process.

Although the video stopped recording, shortly after crashing, Obdulia, who was left relatively started another live stream and immediately expressed remorse for what she had done. “Everybody, if I go to…jail for life you already know why,” she explained while pointing the camera at her sister’s severely injured body.

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Obdulia Sanchez, an 18-year-old woman from Stockton, California, filmed herself singing while driving drunk when she suddenly lost control of the vehicle and crashed, killing her sister Jacqueline, who was in the passenger seat of the car, in the process.

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“My sister is f****** dying. Look…I f****** love my sister to death,” continued Obdulia, who proceeded to kiss her sister’s face and before attempting to shake her unconscious sister back to life. “Jacqueline, please wake up,” she begged.

“I f****** killed my sister, OK. I know I am going to jail for life, all right?” continued Sanchez, noting, “this is the last thing that I wanted to happen, OK? I don’t f*******care, though, I am holding it down. I love you. Rest in peace sweetie. If you don’t survive, I am so f****** sorry.”

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Obdulia Sanchez, who crashed her car and killed her sister while drunk driving and live streaming, expressing remorse in a follow-up video after the crash.

And prior to that, Steve Stephens filmed himself fatally shooting Robert Godwin, a 74-year-old man, point blank in Cleveland for no apparent reason. After posting the video online, he then led police on a dramatic manhunt for several days.

The chase finally came to an end only after he was recognized by an employee at McDonalds, who promptly called the cops. They rushed to the scene and intercepted Stephens, but before they could arrest him, he committed suicide.

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Steve Stephens filmed himself fatally shooting Robert Godwin, a 74-year-old man, point blank in Cleveland for no apparent reason.

Hopefully, by being made aware of the poor decisions made by Borodina and Obdulia, others avoid doing something similar. Simply put, while driving, it’s best to put one’s phone away and remain completely inside the vehicle at all times.

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Emma Laftchu
I began reporting for RWC News on October 12th of 2016. Prior to that I was a reporter for WOKR Radio.

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