The incident took place on a suburban highway. Presumably, the driver failed to manage and drove off the road.
In Germany, 31 people were injured in an accident involving a shuttle bus in the north of the country near the village of Webbelin in the federal state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. This was reported by DPA with reference to a police representative in Rostock on Saturday, September 12.
According to him, three people were seriously injured, but their lives are not threatened.
The incident took place on a suburban highway. Presumably, the driver failed to cope with the control and drove off the road. There are no other details yet.
Earlier, a minibus had crashed into an abyss in the Georgian mountains. At that time, 12 people died, and three others were seriously injured. That was reported by Channel One.
It was also reported that a U.S. Army armored personnel carrier collided with an SUV in South Korea. Four people were killed in the accident.