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Three people have died after a major road accident on June 8, in Ararat Province of Armenia, and the casualties and the drivers involved in this incident on the Yerevan-Yeraskh motorway have been identified.

According to shamshyan.com, it was found out that a Subaru—driven by Vahan Karapetyan, 49, a resident of Marmarashen village of Ararat Province—had collided with an Opel that was on the right side of the road—and belonging to Ashot Karapetyan, 33, a resident of Akunk village of Gegharkunik Province—and then crashed into a Zhiguli.

As a result Vahan Karapetyan, his passengers—Armen Andreasyan, 34, and Arhur Andreasyan, 33, residents of Lusashogh village of Ararat Province—and driver A. Karapetyan were injured and taken to hospital, where V. Karapetyan, A. Karapetyan, and the next day A. Andreasyan died without regaining consciousness.

According to eyewitnesses, the drivers of the parked car were assisting people, and the car crash had occurred when they had returned and sat in their vehicles.

As reported earlier, one of the cars involved had turned sideways as a result the collision.

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