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Polish coach accident.  Croatian media: Tachograph destroyed |  world News

Polish coach accident. Croatian media: Tachograph destroyed | world News

The portal “Jutarnji List” reported that it reached a technician who tried to read information from a tachograph. However, the device was so damaged that it could not be done.

It is therefore impossible to determine what speed the driver of the Polish bus was driving at the time of the accident, Zoran Kaluz, director of the Tachograph Company, said, citing journalists. The maximum speed in this case is 100 kilometers per hour.

The state of the device only allowed confirmation that there were two digital drivers’ cards, indicating that the procedure had been followed and that the car was being driven by two drivers. – Until the accident they did not commit any violations of professional procedures and changed according to the schedule – Croatian service reports.

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Polish coach accident in Croatia. 12 dead and 19 wounded

The Polish coach’s accident occurred on Saturday near the Croatian Varazdin. 12 people were killed and more than 30 were injured in the accident. The wounded were taken to hospitals in Zagreb, Vrazdin and Tchakovic. The passengers were on their way to perform a pilgrimage to the Marian shrine in Medjugorje, Bosnia.

Minister of Health Adam Nidzelsky On Saturday, it said 19 people were injured in the accident in serious condition. They are in a hospital in Zagreb. The condition of the other patient the doctors They described it as “average”.

Last night, four of the least wounded returned to the country. They traveled with the Polish delegation he was leading Minister of Health Adam Nidzelsky and Deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydach.

The Polish Embassy in Zagreb has launched a hotline + 385148 99414Where the family members of the victims of the bus accident in Croatia can get information.

42 passengers and two drivers traveled by bus. The pilgrim left Czestochova on Friday and headed to the Marian shrine in Medjugorje, Bosnia. The trip was organized by the office of the Brothers of St. Mark. Joseph. There were three priests, six nuns and pilgrims from the Sukowu region on the bus Podlaskiand Kunin and Gedalania near Radom.