Bus crash in Romania: 2 Ukrainians dead, 12 wounded
The bus slide sideways the wet road and hit two traffic signs before overturning
A bus carrying 50 passengers crashed this morning near Baldovinesti, municipality Braila (Romania), states Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Istanbul-Bucharest-Chisinau run ended with fatal human casualties. From the total amount of victims, two Ukrainians died, one of them was a child, and another twelve got major traumas.
The bus skidded off the wet road. This vehicle was registered in Turkey. Ambulances and other services from neighboring counties came on the spot, and currently 20 people are hospitalized. The circumstances of the accident are not known yet.
The resresentatives of Ukrainian Embassy in Romania also arrived in the place of the accident.
As was reported August 16, Ukrainian died in Romania as a result of a car accident. August 9 another bus crash took place, 25 children from Ukraine have been wounded in a bus accident near Bucharest, and two Ukrainians died.
This is the third road accident of a passenger’s bus transporting foreign tourists in Romania in a week.
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