Naviny: Forty-three Belarusians hurt in bus crash in Ukraine

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July 22, 2012, 4:56 p.m. |

An earlier bus crash on July 7 killed 14 out of 45 Russian religious pilgrims on board.

Forty-three Belarusian citizens were injured when their bus collided with a truck head-on in southern Ukraine late on July 21, the Belarusian foreign ministry’s press office said.

The Setra bus, which was carrying a total of 46 Belarusian holidaymakers from Crimean seaside resorts, fell on its side and was hit by a car after the collision in the Kherson province.

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