Four Armenian citizens' names died in car accident in Russia are known
As Lurer.com has already informed, on January 6, four citizens of Armenia have died, another one has been injured in car accident in Russia, on Perm-Yekaterinburg highway.
The car accident took place on January 6 when Hyundai Accent and VAZ-2110 model cars collided with each other killing four Armenian citizens and injuring another.
According to the information by the Armenian embassy in Russia, 5 citizens of Armenia were in VAZ-2110, four of them Davit Mkrtchyan (born in 1977) Ashkhen Arevshatyan (born in 1991), Susanna Arevshatyan (born in 1958) and Mayis Arevshatyan (born in 1954) died on site.
One of the passengers Liana Arevshatyan (born in 1978) with different fractures was taken to Kungur town hospital.
According to the information by the Armenian embassy in Russia, the accident was caused by "Hyundai" driver, who also died on the site. He tried to bypass a big truck on the highway and appearing on the opposite sector collided with "VAZ-2110".