Car accident in US state of California: Three people were killed, 18 injured.

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In the south of the US state of California, not far from San Diego, a charter bus rolled over, killing three people, as Assocaited press reports.

“Three people died at the scene, and another 18 were taken to hospitals,” - the Northern District Fire Department reports

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Having rolled down the embankment by the highway, the charter bus rolled over, landed on the roof and crashed. The incident occurred at about 10:20 a.m. on state highway 76, 72 kilometers north of San Diego.

Emergency teams pulled surviving passengers out of the wreckage of the vehicle.

The cause of the accident is under investigation.

As we reported before, In Yavorivskyi district, Lviv region, rescuers removed a car with four dead from the lake. The press center of the State Emergency Situations Service (SES) reports this information.

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"On Sunday, February 16, at 8:53 a message was received that on the highway Rava-Russka - Sudova Vyshnya at the entrance to the village of Koty in the Yavorivsky district, the Audi-80 car lost control and flew into the lake," stated in the message.

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