5 killed, 27 injured in Moscow-Yerevan passenger bus crash

5 killed,  27 injured in Moscow-Yerevan passenger bus crash

PanARMENIAN.Net - A passenger bus carrying mainly Armenians from Moscow crashed on the way to Yerevan on Friday, October 14, at around 4:30 am Moscow time.

According to preliminary information, 5 people were killed and 27 more were sustained injuries as a result, Health Ministry spokeswoman Anahit Haytayan said in a Facebook post.

After providing first medical aid to the injured, ambulance brigades transported them to hospital.

The bus carried 50 passengers overall.

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