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TBILISI, September 11 (Itar-Tass) — A Turkish passenger bus bound for Batumi and a microbus collided near the Lesa village in the west of Georgia late on Saturday. As a result, seven people died and over twenty were injured, the administration of the Lanchkhutskiy region reports.
The injured include the citizens of Georgia and Turkey. The citizenship of the dead hasn’t yet been clarified.
Several people wounded in the road accident were sent to a hospital in Poti, including a Turkish family consisting of two adults and two children. The condition of the 14-year girl is serious. She’s going to be transferred to Tbilisi for treatment.