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The preliminary cause of the Yerevan-bound bus accident in Russia is known.

Armenian has learned that the bus driver had driven the vehicle so close to the truck that he was unable to hit the brakes of the bus on time, and therefore the collision had occurred.

We also have learned that this accident is being investigated, and an examination has been commissioned.

According to preliminary data, information was received from the Crisis Management Center of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations, on Wednesday at 5:05pm, that an accident had occurred in Kushovskaya region of Russia.

A bus, which was en route from Moscow to Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan, had collided with a truck.

There were nine passengers in the bus, and two of them had suffered injuries and were hospitalized. They are Armenian citizens Robert Petrosyan (born in 1953), and Kyaram Mamoyan (born in 1968).

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