Date: 11 months ago   Category: Russia

The Russian tourists have had an accident in Turkey: 13 victims


Injured citizens of Russia were hospitalized. Other tourists have been brought to the airport of Antalya. In Turkey the bus with 25 Russian tourists has collided with truck and has moved down from the route to the water channel. As a result of accident 11 Russians and drivers of vehicles have suffered. Milliyet on Wednesday, August 29 reports about it. It is noted that the bus went in the airport of Antalya. To the place of accident there has arrived a large number of police, fire crews and ambulance cars. Injured Russians were hospitalized. Other tourists have been brought to the airport. In turn Rostourism reports that the number of injured Russians is 13 people. According to preliminary data, they have no severe injuries. We will remind, in June in Turkey the bus the message Bodrum-Istanbul has turned over. Then 45 people have suffered. And in August in Turkey there was a large-scale accident to participation of 32 cars. Then one person has died, 15 more have suffered serious injuries. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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