Neither of 23 Russian tourists hurt in traffic accident in China hospitalized

KHABAROVSK, July 9 (Itar-Tass) — Neither of the 23 Russian tourists who were hurt in a traffic accident in China on Friday are in hospital, all have safely arrived in the city of Heihe near the border with Russia’s Amur region, a sour in the Far Eastern Phoenix travel company, which sent the group from Blagoveshchensk, told Itar-Tass on Saturday.

“One woman, who had received the most serious injury, was taken from Heihe to Blagoveshshensk earl on Saturday. The rest are to arrive later in the day,” the source said.

The accident took place early on Friday near the city of Wudaliangchi, Heilongjiang Province bordering on Russia. The bus with 28 tourists from Russia’s Far Eastern Amur region and Khabarovsk territory was moving along a wet road when a truck cut in front of it. The bus driver tried to elude a collision and the bus went off the road. Most of the passengers received minor injuries and were taken to Wudaliangchi, where they received medical aid. Several tourists who sustained the more serious injuries refused to be hospitalized.

Late of Friday, the group arrived in the city of Heihe.


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