It’s getting to the end of the year and people have started decorating their houses and windows with shining lights in preparation for the Christmas and new year celebrations.
An unfortunate incident happened in Bulgaria when a serious accident took the lives of at least 46 people.
The passengers (most Macedonian tourists) were returning from Istanbul in Turkey to Macedonia.
About a dozen children were also among the victims. Some of the survivors among the passengers broke the bus windows to flee the inferno.
According to some of the seven passengers who scrambled to safety through a window, the large bus in which they were traveling slammed into a barrier, caught fire and crashed.
According to the police, no other vehicles were involved in the accident.
Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev who visited the hospital where some of the survivors were admitted, said “I met the injured in a hospital in Bulgaria. My heart broke when I was hearing the cry of a father who lost [his] child.”
He then declared three days of national mourning for the victims. Most of the passengers were reportedly asleep when the accident occurred.
Although the crash victims have not been identified, the bus belonged to Besa Trans.
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