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Men injured in minibus crash in Russia to return to Ukraine

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Aug. 3, 2012, 10:52 a.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

The citizens of Ukraine that suffered injuries in a minibus crash in Pskov region (Russia) will be transported back to Ukraine, an Interfax-Ukraine reporter learned from the hospital where the men were hospitalized.
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PSKOV – The citizens of Ukraine that suffered injuries in a minibus crash in Pskov region (Russia) will be transported back to Ukraine, an Interfax-Ukraine reporter learned from the hospital where the men were hospitalized.

The patients are stable and there is no threat to their lives, so the issue on their transportation to Ukraine is being settled.

As reported, a minibus Mercedes Sprinter with Ukrainian passengers crashed into a Mitsubishi car in Pskov region at around 7:30 p.m. 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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