TBILISI. – The persons, who died in the bus crash that took place in the early morning hours on Thursday in Georgia, have been identified.
At around 3:30am, a car with Russian license plates—and with driver Roman Hayrapetyan, 27—went onto the opposite lane for yet unknown reasons, and crashed into a passenger bus—with Armenian license plates—whose driver was Samvel Mkrtchyan, the embassy of Armenia in Georgia informed Armenian News-NEWS.am.
As a result, the car’s two passengers, Lusine Minasyan and her 7-year-old son Maksim, died. The driver and passengers Anush, 12, and Alina, 24, Minasyan suffered injuries and were hospitalized.
A criminal case has opened into this incident.