One Romanian person diedand six other were severely injured in an accident that tookplace on Sunday morning in Bulgaria. The autobus was transporting27 Romanians, includingtwo drivers and was travelling toRomania from Kusadasi (Turkey).It overturned in the RepublikaPassage in Bulgaria, between thesettlements Gurkovo and VelikoTârnovo, a mountain area in theneighbouring country. Theinjured persons were brought toBucharest by helicopter andreceived medical care at FloreascaHospital.According to the Ministry ofForeign Affairs, the initial informationreleased by Bulgarianauthorities points out that thebus driver failed to adapt thespeed to weather conditions and,while entering an elbow of theroad, he lost control over thedirection and overturned. Another accident involvingan autobus transporting Romanians happened onMonday morning, a day after thefirst, near the city Mako in Hungary. After the unfortunateevent, thirteen of the 32 travelerswho were riding the bus wereinjured, two of them severely. According to local sources quotedby Mediafax, the 32 passengerswere Romanians and the autobuz was property of a companyin Galati and it was returningfrom Italy.