Two people were killed after a collision between Ford Focus and APC-80 moving in a convoy of military vehicles carrying out planned march to the landfill in Crimea, Kryminform reports citing the head of the information support department of the Russian Black Sea Fleet Vyacheslav Trukhachev.
"Today at 8.12 am near the village of Tabachnoye (Bakhchisaray district), a Ford Focus crashed into a convoy of military vehicles carrying out planned march to the landfill. As a result of the collision two passengers of the car died from injuries," Trukhachev reported.
During the proceedings, the traffic police found that the driver of the civilian vehicle lost control crossed into oncoming traffic and collided with the armored personnel carrier APC-80.
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