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    An accident involving a truck and a bus occurred in the Kursk region

    BELGOROD, November 20 A truck collided with a bus in the Kursk region, the driver of public transport and five of his passengers were injured, the press service of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs reported. region.
    According to the department, at 8.30 Moscow time on the Selikhovy Dvory – Ivanino highway, a Kamaz car collided with a Mercedes bus driven by a driver born in 1969.

    ““As a result of the accident, the driver of a Mercedes bus and his passengers born in 1972, born in 1978, born in 1977, and 1971 were injured year of birth and 1980,” the message says.
    Currently, the causes and circumstances of the accident are being clarified, and the actions of its participants will be given a legal assessment, notes the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

    As the mayor of Kursk Igor Kutsak previously informed, there was heavy snowfall in the Kursk region on Monday, all road services were transferred to an enhanced operating mode.

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