*ForMin: Romanians injured in car accident in Germany not in serious condition
The Romanians injured in a car accident in Germany are not in serious condition; they have been admitted in three hospitals near the site, the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) answered Agerpres’s questions on Friday.
“Following the medical evaluation of the five Romanians injured and admitted in three hospitals near the accident site, the treating physicians informed the Romanian General Consulate in Munich that the patients’ condition is not serious; two of them will be released on August 8. The consular representatives managed to get in contact with the hospitalized individuals,” the MAE mentioned.
The Consulate is permanently in contact with the families of the Romanian citizens and with the medical units, and is ready to provide the necessary consular assistance.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) confirmed on Friday that two Romanian citizens traveling in a minibus died and five others were injured in a road accident in Germany.
“The Romanian General Consulate in Munich has undertaken, under emergency regime, the legal proceedings to obtain additional information regarding the circumstances of the accident from the relevant authorities. According to preliminary information, following the impact, two people, including the driver have died, and the remaining five passengers are in critical condition and have been admitted in three hospitals in the region”, the MAE stated.
According to the ministry source, “a minibus driven by a Romanian citizen hit a highway maintenance vehicle which was stationed on the emergency lane, in a speed restriction zone.”