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Medics: Ukrainians injured in minibus crash in Russia are critical but stable (PHOTOS)

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Aug. 2, 2012, 11:32 a.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

The Ukrainian citizens that were injured in a minibus crash in Pskov region (Russia) are in critical but stable condition, Interfax-Ukraine learned from doctors.
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PSKOV – The Ukrainian citizens that were injured in a minibus crash in Pskov region (Russia) are in critical but stable condition, Interfax-Ukraine learned from doctors.

All of the injured are young men aged between 18 and 30 years old suffered fractures, bruises, bleeding, and some of them have head injuries, doctors said.

The issue on transportation of the Ukrainians to other hospitals has not been considered yet, according to a source.

As reported, a minibus Mercedes Sprinter with Ukrainian passengers crashed into a Mitsubishi car in Pskov region at around 2000 Moscow time on August 1.

Eight passengers of the bus were injured in the accident. The driver of the Mitsubishi car died immediately on the scene of the crash.

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