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MOSCOW, September 25 (Itar-Tass) — Six Russian tourists injured in a traffic accident in Greece remain in a local hospital, a source at the Mouzenidis Travel company told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
Nine Russians who got in the traffic accident on September 14 remain in Greece. Six of them and a woman employee of the travel agency continue to undergo treatment in a local hospital. Two are in hotels, the source said.
All the patients are in stable condition.
The accident occurred in Thessaloniki at 05:30 local time on September 14. The bus carrying 49 Russian tourists was on the way to Macedonia international airport. According to the preliminary information, the driver lost control of the bus, and it overturned. Four people died and 30 were injured.