The minibus was in Transcarpathia, collided with a truck in the Leningrad region
In the Leningrad region of Russia on the night of 15 September, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter minibus, registered in Ukraine, collided with a truck. Four people were killed who were in the Ukrainian car – two men and two women.
As reported in a press-service of regional management of the State inspection of safety of traffic of Russia for the Leningrad region, the minibus was registered in the Transcarpathian region.
The accident killed the driver of the minibus, 49-year-old male passenger and two young women. 20-year-old boy was injured and is in hospital.
Earlier, we reported about a fatal accident in Poland, killing one Ukrainianand one citizen of Ukraine were injured. According to unofficial information, the driver of the minibus overtook a truck and not managed to brake in front of the vehicle road services. The driver of the van was sober.
We also wrote about a traffic accident, from 13 Ukrainian citizens in Hungary: the region of Nograd, when eight people were seriously injured, one victim is in a coma.
Earlier it was reported about a terrible accident in the Rostov region of Russia, which killed six citizens of Ukraine.
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