Armenia’s Foreign Affairs Ministry unveils names of 4 Armenians killed in car crash in Russia; young woman hospitalized

Armenia’s Foreign Affairs Ministry unveils names of 4 Armenians killed in car crash in Russia; young woman hospitalized

YEREVAN, January 9. /ARKA/. Armenia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs unveiled yesterday the names of the four Armenians killed in the car accident at the 64th km of Perm-Yekaterinburg  highway in Russia.

Mkrtchyan David, 1977, Arevshatyan Ashkhen,1991, Arevshatyan Susanna, 1958, Arevshatyan Mayis—all of them were killed instantly and pronounced dead at the scene as Hyundai Accent collided with VAZ 2110 on January 6, the Ministry reported referring to Armenia’s Embassy in the Russian Federation. 

Arevshatyan Liana, 1978, was hospitalized with fractures in Kungur town.

Russia’s Main Directorate for Road Traffic Safety in charge of Perm district said the blame for the crash is on Hyundai driver, who was also killed instantly. He tried to bypass a track and, as a result,  collided with VAZ 2110.  -0- 

11:52 09.01.2013

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