Ukrainian woman injured in accident in Egypt, says Ukrainian Foreign Ministry

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July 21, 2012, 4:45 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine


A Ukrainian woman was among the victims of a road accident, which occurred in Egypt on Friday, Ukrainian Foreign Affairs Ministry Spokesman Oleksandr Dykusarov has told Interfax-Ukraine.

"According to the Ukrainian embassy, apart from Egyptians, one Ukrainian woman and three German citizens were among the victims of the accident. They received minor injuries. The Ukrainian and German citizens were taken to hospital in El Gouna and after consultations with the doctors they left the health facility," he said.

According to Dykusarov, a total of 38 passengers were in the bus. Four citizens of Egypt, particularly three adults and a child, died.

The accident that occurred on the Ras Gharib-Hurghada highway on Friday is being investigated.

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