Another accident with Flixbus in Germany, one person injured

Another accident with Flixbus in Germany, one person injured
Another accident with Flixbus in Germany, one person injured
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02/04/2024 19:08
– UPDATED 02/04/2024 19:13

Accident with Flixbus in GermanyTuesday, April 2, just a few days after the tragic accident on the A9 motorway near Leipzig, in which four people died, there was another incident involving a Flixbus coach. According to the German media, the coach entered the collision with a passenger car on the outskirts of Dresden. Here’s what we already know.

New accident with Flixbus in Germany

The accident happened on Tuesday, April 2, around 12:30 p.m, on Hansastraße, on the outskirts of Dresden. The collision involved a Citroen car and a Flixbus coach with passengers on board. According to the Bild newspaper, which quotes a police spokesman, the accident occurred when the driver of the car tried to EXCEED the coach.
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Following the collision, the coach stopped in the opposite lane, while the Citroen came off the road in a green area. Following the accident, the driver of the car was slightly injured. Fortunately, both the 51-year-old coach driver and his passengers they suffered no injuries following the collision. The material damage caused by the accident is estimated at approx 70,000 euros.


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