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Ministry of Emergency Situations opened a hot line after an accident with a bus in Bashkiria

2019-07-14T23:45:44.327Z

The Russian Emergencies Ministry in Bashkiria opened a hotline after an accident involving a passenger bus in the Arkhangelsk region of the republic, which killed six people and 13 were hospitalized.



“The hotline 8 (347) 248-12-84 has been opened on the basis of the General Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in the Republic of Bashkortostan,” the press service of the regional Ministry of Emergency Situations told RIA Novosti.

It became known earlier that a bus caught in an accident in Bashkiria carried tourists from Tatarstan who were returning home to Naberezhnye Chelny after participating in the rafting.

The accident with a passenger bus, in which there were 39 people, occurred on the Ufa-Beloretsk highway in the evening of July 14.

According to the latest data, six people died as a result of the accident.

The investigative committee opened a criminal case on two counts.

Source: russiart

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