One Ukrainian killed, 8 injured in another road accident in Lodz Voivodeship in Poland

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Sept. 17, 2012, 9:39 a.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

One Ukrainian national was killed and eight were injured in a road accident in Lodz Voivodeship in Poland.

One Ukrainian national was killed and eight were injured in a road accident in Lodz Voivodeship in Poland.

The press service of the Emergencies Ministry of Ukraine reported, referring to the Embassy of Ukraine in Poland, that all of the passengers injured in the accident were hospitalized.

According to the ministry, a consul from the Ukrainian embassy visited the scene of the accident to get more information about the crash and provide the victims with necessary consular assistance.

The case is under special monitoring by the Embassy of Ukraine to Poland and the Consular Service Department of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, reads the statement.

As reported, on July 30, 2012 a train crashed into a minibus on an open railroad crossing near Bratoszewice in Lodz Voivodeship. Ten Ukrainians, most of whom were residents of Ternopil region, were in the minibus. Nine passengers were killed in the accident.

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