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    The military aircraft with the coach crash victims from Croatia has already landed in Poland

    At around 3:00 pm, a CASA military aircraft carrying 10 people injured in a Polish coach accident in Croatia landed at Warsaw’s Okęcie Airport. The Health Ministry said earlier that the machine would first land in Warsaw and then in Poznań.

    “The Military CASA has picked up 10 patients injured in a Polish bus accident from Zagreb and is on its way to Poland. It first faces a landing in Warsaw and then in Poznan. Emergency medical teams will await the patients at both airports,” the Health Ministry announced on Twitter today. 

     

     

    The director of the Air Ambulance Service in Poland, Prof. Robert Gałązkowski, said that some patients will require long-term treatment.

     

    “All indicates that further transports of patients from Croatia will be carried out by Air Ambulance planes, with intensive care on board. We assume to take three patients at a time, one in a more serious condition,” he said.

    ➡️ THE TRAGIC ACCIDENT OF A POLISH COACH IN CROATIA. 12 PEOPLE DEAD, AND MANY INJURED

     

    Twelve people died and 32 were injured in an accident involving a Polish coach that occurred on Saturday before 6 am on the A4 motorway north of the Croatian capital Zagreb.

     

    The bus veered off the road on the A4 motorway and landed in a ditch. According to the Polish foreign ministry, all casualties are Polish citizens who were on a pilgrimage to Medjugorje.

     

    Of the 32 injured who were taken to five Croatian hospitals, four people returned to their country by plane on Saturday night, along with a government delegation headed by Health Minister Adam Niedzielski.

     

    ➡️ COACH CRASH VICTIMS TRANSPORTED FROM CROATIA TO POLAND

     

     

     

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