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Car accident in Crimea: two Ukrainians die

There are two Ukrainians among seven victims of that accident
16:49, 9 April 2018

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As a result of the road accident, which occurred on the unregulated railway crossing in North Crimea on April 8, five people died, two of them were Ukrainian citizens and the rest – Russians. The representative of the Crimea’s Emergency Service Administration informed Interfax about this.

“The relatives in Ukraine were informed, they are coming here for the final identification and to take the bodies,” the news agency reported.

There are two Ukrainians among seven victims of that accident.

As we reported earlier, the road accident occurred on the unregulated railway crossing near Armyansk, when Sevastopol - Armyansk minibus drove out on the railway tracks in front of the approaching Kerch - Armyansk commuter train. The commuter train did not go off the rails after the collision.

Five casualties reported. Seven people were wounded, two of them got serious injuries. All of them were in the Mercedes minibus, which belongs to the Bravo-Lux transport company. The company is to be inspected.

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