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20.03.2017 10:43 News >> Road Accidents Claim 3 Lives İn Turkey

Road Accidents Claim 3 Lives İn Turkey

At least two people were killed and 22 others injured in a serious road accident in northern Turkey on Monday.

A shuttle bus carrying mineworkers hit a flatbed trailer loaded with lumber in Balikesir province.

The two fatalities were identified as Sadullah Duman and Musa Cetin.

Seven out of the 22 injured are in a serious condition; they are being treated in hospitals in Balikesir and Bursa provinces.

In a separate accident, one man was killed when a truck overturned on the Balikesir-Edremit highway. -



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