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The National Center for Crisis Management of Armenia on Sunday received a report Thursday morning that a car had gone off road on the road leading to Lusaghbyur village and ended up in a field.

It turned out that the car had gone off road on the Gyumri-Spitak motorway and ended up overturned in a field.

As a result, Spartak A. (born in 1997) had died on the spot, whereas Albert S. (born in 1998), Artush N. (born in 1991), and Manuk M. (born in 1989) had sustained injuries and were transferred to Vanadzor Medical Center.

Doctors assessed Manuk M.'s health condition as critical, whereas the others—moderate.

According to shamshyan.com, the dead and three of the injured are serving at a military unit as contract soldiers, and the aforesaid car is being used as a taxi, but the police are verifying the this information, as a taxi sign was found in this car, and the latter is registered to Lushaghbyur village resident Artush Nersisyan, 29.

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