Two Romanians die in minibus accident, in Spain

Two Romanians died and seven were injured – three seriously – when a minibus collided with a truck in south-eastern Spain, according to Voces de Cuenca, quoted by Mediafax. The accident occurred Saturday, near San Clemente, 100 km south-east of Madrid. A minibus transporting Romanian workers rammed the truck head-on, in the Ocana y Cartagena region near San Clemente.All the victims are seasonal workers that live in San Clemente. When the accident happened, they were going to work. The driver of the truck escaped without injuries. Spanish police launched a probe meant to reveal the precise circumstances of the crash.

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