An accident involving a bus with Ukrainian passengers inside occurred in Rostov region, Russia. It resulted in the deaths of two persons, three more were injured. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation in Rostov region.
"On January 13, 2021, at 6.25 a.m. an accident involving a passenger bus was reported on 973 km of the M4-Don highway. According to preliminary data, the driver, born in 1973, lost control and overturned the vehicle. As a result, two people died and three were injured," reads the message.
However, according to TASS, a strong crosswind caused the bus crash. In total, there were 15 people on the bus.
The bus was going from Moscow to uncontrolled Donetsk.
As we reported earlier, on December 9, 2020, a light-engine plane crashed in Ternopil region, near the village of Zolota Sloboda.
According to the police, law enforcement officers found a plane with a broken cockpit and a torn off the engine at the scene of the accident, and a human body nearby.
"In Ternopil region, a light-engine plane fell, the pilot died," the statement said.