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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.
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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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from eu July 22, 2012, 6:01 p.m.    

the problem is still the same,in summertime there is big traffic in ukraine and there are no highways like in europe where you can drive safety at 130 km per hour,the driver stressed to drive in normal road with very low speed limit and crossing thousands of village,i make you an example from genoa (italy) to chop are 1500 km,with food and coffe stop i do in 12 hours in relax on motorways crossing slovenia and hungary,then from chop i do 1000 km in ukraine i need 2 days and stressed cause very low limit,a lot of village crossing, holes on the road,gai that want euro every 10-20 kms,YOU NEED A MOTORWAYS SYSTEM LIKE IN EU, for ex. the kyiv -odessa is very very dangerous, people that crossroads by feet,kamaz that make u-turn,this is not a motorway,is a russian roulette,you risk life in that roads,

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