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 Two Ukrainians killed, 12 wounded in bus accident in Russia, - Ukrainian Embassy. PHOTOS

Two Ukrainian citizens were killed in the bus road accident in Voronezh oblast, Russia, Monday night.

As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by consul service representative of the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine Yevhen Ihnatovskyi on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.

He said that Ukrainian Embassy in Russia confirmed two killed Ukrainian citizens in the bus accident that occurred in Voronezh oblast of Russia in the night of Nov. 30. The citizenship of two more killed is being specified at the moment.

12 Ukrainian citizens received wounds of various degrees. All of them have been delivered to Voronezh hospital for treatment. Aid with documents and transportation of the bodies to Ukraine is being organized, Ihnatovskyi said.

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As reported earlier, the bus Yutong went off the road and flipped over at the 560th km of M-4 Don highway near Mozhaiske village, Kashyrskiy district, killing four, early Monday, Nov. 30.

Police say the 36-year-old driver failed due to bad weather conditions. As a result, 14 people suffered, four were killed - two men and two women in their forties. The bus was heading from Moscow to Donetsk.

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