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No Ukrainians among victims of bus crash in Poland

Consulate Service of Ukraine's Foreign Ministry confirmed this, having checked the information from the Polish sources
10:46, 5 November 2018

Europa Press

There are no Ukrainian citizens among those who suffered injuries in the recent bus crash in Poland. Consulate Service of Ukraine's Foreign Ministry reported this via Twitter, having checked the information from the official sources in Poland.

The Ukrainian consul in Krakow confirmed that none of the Ukrainian passengers suffered in the accident.

As we reported, a road accident occurred at the 453rd kilometer of the A4 highway (Ukraine-Poland-Germany) near Proszowka settlement in Poland on Sunday. Seven people suffered injuries, Polskie Radio reported.

Four cars and a double-decker bus with Ukrainian license plates clashed on the road; two children and a mother-to-be were among the victims. They received the necessary first aid, and then they were taken to a hospital for further diagnostics.

All еру passengers were taken to the local school where they waited for another bus.

The roadway to Katowice was blocked for some time due to the accident's aftermaths. 

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