Bus rolled off in Ukraine, six dead and 41 injured

Mar 07 2021 08:12 PM
Bus rolled off in Ukraine, six dead and 41 injured

On Saturday, a heart wrenching incident reported from Ukraine where a bus carrying dozens of citizens rolled off an embankment into a ditch in Poland. This incident took off  six people and injuring 41. As per the media reporting, it is noted that the accident occurred around midnight on the A4 motorway near the town of Jaroslaw, which is in southeastern Poland near the border with Ukraine.

For your information let us share that a private all-news station, reported that the bus had a Ukrainian license plate and was travelling with 57 Ukrainian citizens, including two drivers. A large rescue operation early Saturday involved dozens of firefighters, paramedics and helicopters to transport the injured to hospitals. There was no immediate cause given for the accident.

However, Ukrainians travel for work to Poland, a European Union state on Ukraine''s western border. Ukrainians fill gaps in the labour market in Poland, which has experienced fast economic growth in recent years.

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