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Bus from Kazakhstan flips over near Samara

31 may 2013, 16:13
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Photo courtesy of press-service of the regional department of Russian Interior Ministry©
Photo courtesy of press-service of the regional department of Russian Interior Ministry©
Photo courtesy of press-service of the regional department of Russian Interior Ministry©
Photo courtesy of press-service of the regional department of Russian Interior Ministry©
A bus driving from Shymkent, Kazakhstan, to Moscow flipped over in Samara oblast of Russia, Tengrinews.kz reports citing the press-service of the regional department of Russian Interior Ministry.

The Mercedes bus flipped over at night of May 30 on kilometer 26 of Ural-Mukhanovo road. “There were citizens of one of the neighboring countries in the bus. Around 10 people were injured in the accident,” the Russian authority said. All victims were taken to the nearest hospital.

According to Kinelskiy police control office, no Kazakhstan citizens were injured in the accident.

According to preliminary information, the bus was carrying workers. The authority said that all the people injured in the accident were from Uzbekistan.

There were 85 passengers in the bus. Four people, including two children, were delivered to Krasnoyarsk regional hospital by a witness of the accident. Another 9 persons were brought to the hospital by ambulances. The condition of the victims is light and medium heavy. No casualties were reported.

According to the preliminary information, the driver of the bus lost control at a bad part of the road, RIA Novosti reports.

“This part of the road is in emergency condition. According to the preliminary information, the driver lost control of the bus. Four people are currently at the hospital, including one child born in 2011. Aid was rendered to 21 people. After receiving the medical aide, they went back to Kazakhstan,” head of the press-service of the regional department of the Interior Ministry Sergey Goldshtein said.

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