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An 18-year-old boy, who was injured in a road accident in Ararat Province of Armenia, has died in a hospital in capital city Yerevan.

On July 14, at about 9:30pm, a van had gone off road on the Vedi-Yerevan inter-community motorway on Vedi-Yerevan highway—at the beginning of Vosketap village, hit an 18-year-old pedestrian, and then collided with a legally parked gasoline transport vehicle, moved forward, crashed into a fence and fallen from about one meter, and crashed into a car that was parked at the courtyard of a building.

The aforesaid 18-year-old pedestrian, Ararat Province resident Vram Hovhannisyan, was taken to hospital.

But he died on September 20, at the intensive care unit of a Yerevan hospital, and without regaining consciousness, shamshyan.com reported.

The teen was attending the celebrations for sending a friend to the army.

And he himself was to head for military service in two days.

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