Kyrgyzstan.  A truck hit a group of children and 29 of them were injured

During a festival in Kyrgyzstan, while preparing to read “Manas”, a terrible accident occurred. The truck, which according to media reports was supposed to be an ice cream truck, She drove her car straight down the hill toward the children sitting in the grass.

The first appeared on the Internet Information about the injured. Video materials document the moment the truck overturned down the hill and ran over a group of unaware children.

The rest of the article is below the video

Video footage shows a dark truck suddenly rolling down the steep hill where the festival was being held. There was no driver in the car that hit everything in its path. According to media reports There are no deaths.

An investigation is underway to clarify the circumstances of the events. The Kyrgyz Minister of Health was scheduled to take charge Special care for all accident victims.

At the moment when the tragic events occurred, the children They were preparing to read the Kyrgyz epic “Manas”. It is an epic consisting of half a million verses and divided into three parts: Manas, Smitj, and Sijtak. this The largest narrative poem in the world It was listed in 2009 on UNESCO List of Intangible Heritage. It was passed down orally from generation to generation, and eventually written down. It is called specific Records of life in Kyrgyzstan.

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