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Polish coach crashes in Germany

09.11.2019 14:20
Thirteen people were injured, seven of them seriously, when a Polish coach crashed on the A1 motorway northeast of Hamburg in Germany on Saturday morning, according to state news agency PAP.
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Public broadcaster Polish Radio reported, however, that no-one had suffered life-threatening injuries.

German police said the coach was heading to Hamburg at 5.35am when it veered out of its lane, hit a barrier and toppled onto its side.

Polish citizens were among those injured, said Ewa Suwara, a spokeswoman for the Polish foreign ministry.

She added that efforts were being made to establish the exact number of Poles involved and what condition they were in.


Source: PAP/Polish Radio