In the Republic of Crimea, near the village of Koreiz, an accident occurred with the participation of a Skoda passenger car and an ambulance GAZelle car. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Republic of Crimea.
According to preliminary data, the ambulance driver was moving from Yalta in the direction of Sevastopol, drove into the oncoming lane, where he collided with a passenger car, and then crashed into a tree.
– The driver of “GAZelle” made a collision with a passing car Skoda, which at that time was turning left, – explained the cause of the accident in the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Three people were injured in the accident, two of whom were employees of the Center for Disaster Medicine. All the victims received the necessary medical assistance. At the scene of the accident, law enforcement agencies understand the causes of the accident. Based on the results of the audit, a decision will be made in accordance with the administrative code.
In November 2020, a major accident involving an ambulance took place in Simferopol – then a medical car rammed by a passenger car with a pregnant patient crashed into a post on Vernadsky Avenue. Now at this dangerous intersection with the Lyceum of Peace, a traffic light is being installed.
Source: Российская Газета by rg.ru.
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