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UPDATE: Kids hurt when bus collides with truck in central Poland

29.07.2021 07:00
Seventeen people were injured after a bus carrying a group of children collided with a truck on a highway in central Poland on Wednesday, police said in an update.
The site of the accident near the central Polish town of Kutno on Wednesday.
The site of the accident near the central Polish town of Kutno on Wednesday.Photo: PAP/Roman Zawistowski

A fleet of ambulances and two rescue helicopters were deployed to the scene of the accident near the village of Niedrzew Drugi in Poland’s central Łódzkie province, public broadcaster Polish Radio reported.

Forty-three people, including 39 children returning home from a summer camp, were on the bus when the accident occurred minutes after 2 p.m., according to state news agency PAP.

The site of the accident on the A1 highway near the central Polish town of Kutno on Wednesday. Thirty-nine children aged 12 to 16 were on the bus when the accident occurred on Wednesday afternoon on the A1 highway near the village of Niedrzew Drugi in Poland’s central Łódzkie province. Photo: PAP/Roman Zawistowski

Thirteen people were taken to a nearby hospital with what appeared to be non-serious injuries, a spokeswoman for local police told reporters.

"There are no reports of any life-threatening injuries to any of the victims," the spokeswoman, Justyna Cywka, said.

"The drivers of both vehicles were sober at the time of the accident," she added.

Photo: Photo: PAP/Roman Zawistowski


Source: pap.pl