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Car accident in Czech Republic takes lives of two Ukrainians, - media

Source : 112 Ukraine

One of the drivers has been hospitalized with a severe injury
15:03, 18 February 2021

A car accident in the Czech Republic
Mukachevo.net

A car accident involving a minibus and a truck occurred in the Czech Republic. As a result of the collision, two Ukrainians deceased, Mukachevo.net reports.

"The accident happened on February 15, at about 3 pm, in the town of Podsedice, Litoměřice, the Czech Republic. According to Czech media, two minibusses and a truck collided on the road. Two foreigners, who were on the bus, died on the spot," reads the message.

One of the drivers has been taken by helicopter to Masaryk Hospital in Ústí nad Labem with a severe injury. Local law enforcement officers are investigating the cause of the accident.

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As we reported earlier, on January 20, a truck with the military turned over in Lviv region. 

On January 19, about 00:05 p.m., KrAZ-5233 military truck driven by a contract driver, a citizen of Khmelnytsk region of the 1983 year of birth failed to control the car after the relocation from the place of holding of formal training in Starychi village at the downhill near the training complex. During the road accident, 31 military men stayed in the truck; 28 of them were in the coachwork; three militaries were in the driver’s cabin (a driver and two passengers),” reads the message.

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