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    A Polish coach in Germany suffered a tragic accident: 52 people were injured, including 10 in a serious condition

    A Polish coach travelling on a German motorway between Schwedt and Berlin has been involved in an accident with two lorries, causing 52 people to be injured, with 10 in serious condition. The injured passengers include both young people and adults, with several receiving life-saving medical attention. The coach was on its way from Schwedt to Berlin, with the collision taking place on the A12 motorway, headed towards Poland.

    The Polish authorities have set up a crisis centre to assist with the coordination and exchange of information with the German authorities. The German police have confirmed that the Polish coach was involved in the accident, and that the incident happened at around 12:30 pm.

    Emergency services were quick to arrive at the scene of the accident, where the coach had been badly damaged, leaving passengers trapped inside. The road was closed in both directions, causing significant traffic congestion, as emergency services worked to extract the passengers from the wreckage.

    German media have reported that three vehicles were involved in the accident, with the coach colliding with two lorries, one of which was a tanker. The accident took place approximately 50 km from the Polish border and Schwedt. It is not yet clear what caused the accident, and investigations are ongoing.

    The Polish authorities are closely monitoring the situation and are providing assistance to those affected. The incident highlights the importance of road safety and the need for drivers to remain vigilant at all times to avoid similar accidents.

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