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MOSCOW, July 13 (Itar-Tass) - Moscow’s Social Security Department has opened a hotline to get operational information on Saturday’s traffic accident near Podolsk, an official of the Moscow government told journalists.
“One can call by hotline: 8 (495) 623-10-59 and 8 (495) 623-10-60. You can get operational information on the traffic accident,” the official said.
“You can also call the Emergency Situations Ministry by 8 (495) 637-22-22,” the official added.
As a result of the traffic accident a total of 18 people died and 28 people were hospitalized.