Muscovites spend Christmas stranded in Nizhny Novgorod region 14:44

Tourists from Moscow were stranded on a highway in the Nizhny Novgorod region on the eve of Orthodox Christmas. This was reported by Telegram-local broadcaster NewsNN’s channel.

According to the source, the Moscow – Yoshkar-Ola – Kazan bus made an emergency stop on the P-125 highway due to a malfunction. There were 48 people inside, including 10 children.

After some time, the capital’s tourists were taken and settled on the territory of the traffic police station in the village of Doskino in the Bogorodsky district of the region.

A spare bus for further transportation of passengers left Zelenodolsk, a city in the Republic of Tatarstan. According to navigation services, the bus ride from the city to the tourists’ location will take approximately five hours.

A bus in Buryatia at the end of December crashed into a truckAs a result, 6 Mongolian citizens were injured. The accident occurred on the 10th km of the A-340 federal highway near the village of Ivolginsk.

A bus with Russians before had an accident In Sharm el-Sheikh.

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Source: Gazeta


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