A bus with Ukrainians crashes in Poland: two women and a 6-year-old child die. Photo
In the early morning hours of November 19, a fatal accident involving Ukrainians occurred in Poland. A minibus carrying ten Ukrainian citizens crashed into a tree on the side of the road.
Two women and a six-year-old child died in the accident, and the rest of the passengers were hospitalized. This was reported by In Poland.
The fatal accident occurred at around 4:30 a.m. on November 19 near the village of Wiereszyn, Hrubieszów County, Lubelskie Voivodeship. The driver of a minibus suddenly swerved to the left on a straight stretch of road and crashed into a tree on the side of the road.
"There were 10 people in the vehicle, all citizens of Ukraine. Despite resuscitation efforts, the lives of two women and a six-year-old child could not be saved. The rest of the passengers were taken to the hospital," the newspaper writes.
The cause of the fatal accident has not yet been established.
On November 7, it was reported that a Ukrainian woman was found dead in Poland. The 50-year-old Ukrainian citizen, who had left a hospital in Lublin, had been missing for a week. Her body was found by a passerby on a city street on November 4.
An investigation team, including a forensic expert, arrived at the scene of the gruesome discovery. According to the Polish police, he found no injuries that would indicate the involvement of other people in the woman's death.