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MOSCOW, September 7 (Itar-Tass) - The death toll from Saturday morning’s bus-bus head-on collision near Pskov has been up to nine. Twenty two other people were hurt, the Pskov Region’s office of the Emergency Situations' Ministry said.
The road accident occurred at 04:30 some 30 kilometres away from the town of Pustoshka. One vehicle carrying 45 was an excursion bus. After the collision it rolled into the ditch and capsized.
Rescuers and ambulance teams are working at the scene. Injured survivors are being taken to a hospital in Pustoshka.