MOSCOW. – At this point, there is no information yet on the citizenship of the victims of the passenger bus, which crashed en route from Moscow to Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan.
Levon Torgomyan, press secretary of the embassy of Armenia in Moscow, told about the above-said to Armenian News-NEWS.am.
“The two victims sustained minor bodily injuries; a child’s arm was broken,” said the embassy representative. “All of them have received the necessary medical assistance and already have been discharged from hospital.”
Torgomyan added that they are gathering information on the condition of the other passengers.
As reported earlier, a passenger bus, which was heading from Moscow to Yerevan, fell into a canal in Voronezh Oblast (province) of Russia on Tuesday morning. Three persons, including two children, were injured in the incident. These victims, who suffered moderate injuries, were taken to the Boguchar town hospital.