: Three Ukrainians die in car accident in Poland

14:45 Jun. 6, 2016

Three Ukrainians die in car accident in Poland

Photo from lublin112. pl

Outlander crashed into capsized Fiat with Ukrainian registration marks 

Three Ukrainians died in a car crash close to the city of Lublin in south-eastern Poland. According to the local police, the accident happened at nearly 22 pm.

Fiat Doblo with Ukrainian registration number plates was heading to Warsaw when all of a sudden crashed into hammer stone, capsizing then onto the roof. The outlander following behind crashed into Fiat, the driver later told not to have had enough time to react.

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Two women and one man died at the crash site, three more passengers and Fiat's driver were taken to the hospital. 35-year-old Ukrainian cannot say a single word on what has happened. The police officers report both drivers were sober.

After the incindent the road has been blocked for the whole night, as the workers repaired the hammer stone. By now, local media report, the interstine is open again to the transport.

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