Nineteen people were killed and 21 others injured on December 1 after a bus crashed into a river in Zabaykalsky Krai, southeastern Russia, local media reported, citing sources from the General Administration for Traffic Safety.
work on the site where a bus crashed it fell from a bridge in Zabaikalsk
December 1, 2019.
the latest data, 19 people, including two minors, died as a result of the
accident. The number of injured has increased to 21 people," the sources
occurred at the 60th km of the Sretensk-Chita route. There were 43 passengers
and a driver on the bus.
According to preliminary information, the
accident was caused by a rupture of a front wheel.
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