Names of the Transcarpathians, injured in a road accident in Russia, have become known
The names of two Transcarpathians, who were injured on March 1 in Ostrovsky district of the Pskov region in Russia on the 328th km of the route St. Petersburg - Nevel due to the collision of cars Toyota and Volkswagen, have been disclosed by the press service of the Ministry for Emergencies of Russia in the Pskov region.
As a result of the accident three people were injured. The driver, born in 1963, and two passengers with injuries of varying severity were taken to hospitals.
"Later it was found out that two of the victims were citizens of Ukraine:
Roman Bobrushko born in 1989 (Transcarpathian region Tyachiv district, the village of Ruske Pole) - diagnosis: "fracture of the upper third of the left thigh";
Valery Polovko born in 1972 (Transcarpathian region Tyachiv district, the village of Hrushevo) - diagnosis: "fracture of the upper third of the left thigh."
Their further treatment will be carried out in the CDH of Ostrovsky District. After treatment the victims will be sent home to Transcarpathian region.
Relatives of the victims can contact the medical institution, where the citizens of Ukraine are being treated, by the phone: 8 (811-52) 31-930.
26 July 2013 14:12