The lives of injured passengers of the crashed Yerevan-Anapa bus not endangered

Panorama, Armenia

One of the three Armenian passengers who were hospitalized to Nevinominsk hospital following a bus crash en route Yerevan to Anapa in Russia’s Stavropol region, discharged from the hospital. Armenia’s ministry of healthcare reported, as of 10:00 Wednesday, two Armenian citizens continue treatment in the hospital diagnosed with multiple traumatic injuries.

According to Russian specialists, their lives are not endangered while conditions are assessed as moderate. 

To remind three passengers were injured as a bus en route Yerevan to Anapa overturned near Nevinominsk city of Russia’s Stavropol region on July 11. 7 Armenian citizens were on board of the bus with three of them, namely Arsen Azizyan (b. 1961), Sofik Aloyan (b. 1985), and driver Seyran Shahverdyan (1961) sustaining injuries due to the traffic accident.

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