Bus with Ukrainians got into an accident in Czech Republic, 10 people hospitalized

The minibus drove off the road and rolled onto the roof
18:56, 20 October 2019
Open source
A bus with Ukrainian workers on board got into an accident in the Czech Republic. As a result, 10 passengers with injuries were hospitalized, reports with reference to rescuers of the Viskovo district.

The accident occurred tonight, October 20, on the 29.5 kilometer of the I / 50 road near the village of Nesovice on the road to Brno.

It is reported that the minibus with 12 passengers, drove off the road and rolled onto the roof.

As a result of the accident, 10 people were injured - 3 women and 7 men.

Firefighters provided first aid to the victims. During rescue operations, traffic on the road was stopped until 4:50.

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Earlier a bus with Ukrainians slid into a ditch and rolled over. As a result of the accident, which happened in Poland, 11 people were injured, 5 citizens of Ukraine were taken to the hospital. This is reported by Polish Radio.

"The Ukrainian bus with 37 passengers including one child, moving in the direction of Wroclaw for unknown reasons, slid off the road and fell into a ditch. Then it turned over," said in a statement.

It is noted that the rescuers, who arrived at the scene, helped some 11 injured, five Ukrainians were taken to the hospital.

Now the bus was pulled out of the ditch. The vehicle, along with two drivers, awaits the arrival of the tug at the emergency lane. Bus passengers were accommodated in a nearby school.
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