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30 January 2018 | 09:13
Three Moldovan citizens have lost their lives in a road accident in Russia
Three citizens of the Republic of Moldova have lost their lives in a road accident in the Russian Federation. According to the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations (GIES), which refers to the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, the tragedy took place on Sunday, January 28, around 23:00, in the Kaluga region, Meskyovsk district, on the M-3 route, km 234.
As a result of the impact of two cars, three Moldovan citizens, two men aged 37 and 28 and a 31-year-old died and the driver of the vehicle in which the victims were, aged 34, also a citizen of the Republic of Moldova, suffered trauma, being hospitalized.

Four other people, foreign citizens, have different traumas, being hospitalized in the Suhinici district hospital.

GIES officers will leave today for the Russian Federation to bring home the inanimate bodies of Moldovan citizens.

At the same time, GIES employees will monitor the state of the injured driver and will organize his transportation to the Republic of Moldova for further medical care.
Redactor: Iulia Dubceac
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