MADRID, Spain.- At least two people died in a traffic accident that occurred this Tuesday in Morón, Ciego de Ávila province.
According to comments in the group of Facebook “BUSES & TRUCKS ACCIDENTS for more experience and fewer victims!”, a Yutong bus hit a white lada which, as can be seen in the images, was destroyed.
The woman who was in the car, identified by a user as Yanet, died instantly, and the driver was taken in serious condition to the “Roberto Rodríguez” hospital in Morón, where he died shortly after.
“A few minutes ago in the tourist corridor to Cayo Coco, before arriving at the REDONDA recreation center in MORÓN, CIEGO DE ÁVILA, bus 036 from the UCM of Cayo Coco went to cross and hit that car head-on. There is a deceased and the driver is very serious. They took him urgently to the Roberto Rodríguez de Morón hospital. LATEST NEWS: THE DRIVER DIED AT THE HOSPITAL. EPD”, explained Internet user Javier Rodríguez Duarte.
“How sorry I am for both of you so young and him my high school friend. My deepest condolences to his family. I’m so sorry,” wrote one user on Facebook.
“What a tragedy, by God, is the daughter of Marrero, the Paredón lighthouse keeper, and his son-in-law,” said another person.
Last week a Cuban woman lost her life in a traffic accident that occurred on the Havana boardwalk, corner L.
The official media cubadebate confirmed that a white Kia Picanto car, belonging to the National Insurance Company (ESEN), collided with a public transport bus.
Between the months of January and October of this year, the authorities of the Island registered a total of 8 187 traffic accidents in the country, which caused the death of 566 people and another 6,175 were injured.
Among the main causes of traffic accidents in Cuba are the poor condition of the roads, the aging vehicle fleet, the lack of attention from drivers, the breach of the right of way and excessive speed.
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