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22 million rubles transferred to victims of road accident with a bus in Transbaikalia

22 million rubles transferred to victims of road accident with a bus in Transbaikalia
Photo: zabaykalye.sledcom.ru

In the Trans-Baikal Territory, more than 22 million rubles were transferred to the issuance of lump-sum benefits to the victims of an accident with a bus in the Sretensky district. All the victims received money, except for one person who remains in a hospital in extremely serious condition.

Seven victims of the accident are currently in the regional clinical hospital. Gradually, people are discharged, transferred from intensive care to departments.

According to the press service of the regional government, Governor Alexander Osipov announced the need to tighten passenger transport conditions in Transbaikalia. He also ordered by the end of the year to complete inspections of enterprises that operate on inter-municipal and inter-city bus routes.

Passenger bus Sretensk - Chita flew off the bridge across the Kuenga River on December 1, 19 people were killed, 21 received various injuries. To pay compensation to victims About 25 million rubles were allocated from the reserve fund of the Trans-Baikal government.

On suspicion of providing services that do not meet safety requirements, resulting in the death of two or more people by negligence, law enforcement officers detained the owner of the bus - businessman Ivan Strelnikov. At his home and in the office searches were held.

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