18 persons of Romanian nationality died and 31 others were injured in Montenegro, when the bus carrying them made Sunday in a ravine, reported state television Montenegrin RTCG, citing police.
The accident occurred at Grlo on a mountain road about thirty kilometers north of Podgorica, the capital.
Dozens of rescuers continued Sunday night to try out other passengers in the wreckage of the bus in this particularly difficult to access place. The injured were hospitalized in Podgorica. Dozens of people from the Montenegrin capital lined up to donate blood. “Most of the injured suffered very serious injuries,” said a doctor at a hospital in Podgorica, Vladimir Dobricanin.
Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic went to the hospital to visit the injured. A 12-year old Montenegrin boy walking near the road and was hooked by the vehicle before his fall was also hospitalized but his life is not in danger, according to RTCG.
The coach who, according to the testimony of a survivor RTCG, went to Tivat on the Montenegrin coast, skidded off a bridge Zdijelo near the monastery Moraca, and a fall of forty meters.
VIDEO. The coach had a fall of more than 40 meters into a ravine