Tourist minibus had an accident in Dagestan 13:29

A tourist minibus had a traffic accident in Dagestan. In this respect reports Press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Dagestan.

“At 9.12 o’clock the police dispatch center received a message that an accident had occurred on the Talgi-Buinaksk highway, involving a VAZ-2112 and a Honda minibus. “According to preliminary information, 9 people were injured as a result of the accident,” it said.

According to the video distributed, both vehicles were thrown to the side of the road due to the impact of the impact. At the same time, a VAZ-2112 crashed into a Honda minibus. Police, medical teams and firefighters arrived at the scene of the accident. No information was given about the condition of the injured. The reasons why the accident occurred are also unknown.

It was previously reported that an unconscious driver crashed into a mobile phone store. After the accident, the man tried to get out of the car, but the door was blocked by elements of the pavilion’s structure.

happened before knownthat a drunk Sakhalin resident started shooting in the parking lot near the house.



Source: Gazeta

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