“No one was killed. Information on those injured is being specified,” it said.
The Moscow transport department said three people were injured in the accident. It said a car crashed into the bus, after which it hit a bus stop.
Russian Interior Ministry Moscow department spokesman Yury Titov told Sputnik that the bus driver was trying to avoid a collision with a car, lost control of the bus, which then hit the stop. He confirmed that no one was killed and three were injured in the accident, according to preliminary information.
— Спектр (@spektronline) December 29, 2017
Названа причина наезда автобуса на остановку в Москве
Правоохранительные органы назвали предварительную причину ДТП с автобусом. Версия теракта даже не рассматривается. #ДТП с автобусом #автобус #авария #Москва https://t.co/mqFQI5daCc pic.twitter.com/bDvxXLGMnh
— DixiNews (@DixiNews) December 29, 2017
— rankstr-RU (@rankstr_RU) December 29, 2017
On Monday the bus drove into the underground passage near the metro station “Slavyansky Boulevard” in western Moscow. Four people died in the accident; another 11 were injured, nine of whom were hospitalized as of Thursday evening.
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