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    In Antalya, 25 people were injured in an accident with buses

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    As a result of an accident with two buses in Antalya, 25 people were injured. Two of them were hospitalized in serious condition, the Turkish TV channel TRT reported on August 20.

    As noted, transport, heading to the hotel for tourists, crashed into another car. The time of the incident is not specified.

    “The firefighters sent to the area with difficulty pulled out the person stuck [in one of the buses],” the TV channel adds.

    According to preliminary data, there are no victims among the Russians, reports TASS with reference to the Consulate General of the Russian Federation.

    The day before in Turkey, at the intersection of the Izmit highway in the direction of Istanbul, a truck first collided with another truck, which, in turn, ran into a passenger bus following the side lane. Eight people were injured.

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