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Two car collisions in Russia killed four people, including two children

Two car collisions in Russia killed four people, including two children

January 22 According to a report by Russian Satellite Network on the 22nd, the Press Office of the Bashkir Republic Branch of the Russian National Traffic Safety Supervision Bureau released information that a car collided with a truck in the area, killing four people, including two children.

According to the department, a car collided with a truck at 1,483 kilometers of the Samara-Ufa-Chelyabinsk M5 highway.

Four people in the car died in the accident, including one man, one woman and two children.

Police officers and other emergency departments are working at the scene.

Another source also said that one family, including two children, died in the accident.

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