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14 injured in pile-up in north-west Poland

05.07.2020 21:44
Fourteen people including two children were injured in a collision between two coaches and a minibus in north-western Poland on Sunday evening.
Image by Andrzej Rembowski from Pixabay
Image by Andrzej Rembowski from Pixabay Pixabay License

An air rescue helicopter and around a dozen fire engines were called to the scene of the accident in the village of Dźwirzyno, near the city of Kołobrzeg, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.

"In total 19 people travelling in vehicles were involved in the incident, 14 of whom were injured, including two children aged around 10," Krzysztof Azierski, a spokesman for firefighters in Kołobrzeg, told state news agency PAP.

Police were investigating the cause of the accident.


Source: PAP/IAR