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PERM, May 26 (Itar-Tass) - Four people, who were injured in the Kungur road accident, where a KAMAZ truck rammed in a residential house, are estimated to be in moderately heavy condition, the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations’ department of the Perm Territory told Itar-Tass on Sunday.
“All wounded people are in moderately heavy condition. The reasons for the road accident are being investigated,” the emergency department told Itar-Tass.
The road accident occurred at about 06:00 Moscow time on Sunday in the town Kungur, the Perm Territory. The KAMAZ truck has stuck in a two-flat, one-storey residential house. One wall of the house collapsed in the incident. No casualties were reported, two dwellers of the flat, namely a woman born in 1978 and a child born in 2013, the driver of the KAMAZ truck and a female passenger of the car, were wounded. All of them were taken to the Kungur central hospital.
The emergency services are working at the road accident site.