In the capital occurred large-scale accidents, there are victims
In Kiev, near the metro station “Zhitomir” has seen a massive accident. The culprit of the accident was the driver of the Volkswagen — the car “flew” in the extreme right lane at high speed.
According to witnesses, around 16:15 machine at full speed and rammed two minibuses, the driver jumped out of the cabin, rented rooms and fled the accident scene.
The culprit’s car airbag, there was no blood – apparently, the driver was not seriously injured. And ran it playfully, as reported by eyewitnesses.
On a place of incident arrived three brigades of ambulance and police crew. Previously, the ambulance took away two victims.
Due to the fact that the police blocked two lanes, near the station “Zhitomir” a traffic jam.
Recall, a passerby rescued a pregnant woman from a terrible death, but he was seriously injured.
June 24, village Kryukovschina Kiev there was an accident involving the Chery Tiggo SUV and the Volkswagen Golf.
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First to the mangled cars rushed to the unknown guy (video in the red shirt). He got out of the car a pregnant woman and took her in his arms from the scene of the accident. Went back out, opened the hood to disconnect the battery, but at this point there was an explosion and the young man threw.
It was also reported that the music festival in the Netherlands has ended in tragedy after a bus flew into the crowd of tourists. The incident occurred early Monday morning, June 18, at the rock festival PinkPop, which takes place in Limburg in the South of the country.
According to messages of the Dutch police, the bus ran into a crowd of people in an hour after the concert has ended well-known American singer Bruno Mars. The bus driver ran over four people. They were camping near the entrance to the festival site.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.