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The accident between two buses was caused by an animal and a tourism company in Moraleda de Zafayona

All evidence suggests that the accident between two buses on the A-92 yesterday was caused by an animal.

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The accident between two buses was caused by an animal and a tourism company in Moraleda de Zafayona

All evidence suggests that the accident between two buses on the A-92 yesterday was caused by an animal. Sources close to this investigation claim that the driver a car had had to brake hard in order to avoid an animal crossing the highway. A bus coming from behind collided and left the vehicle in total loss. The driver of the second bus also collided with a bus belonging to the same company. This resulted in the death of its driver. Both the bus drivers and the car were uninjured and both had negative drug and alcohol tests.

The Civil Guard, Civil Protection (groups of Santa Fe, Huetor Tajar and Loja, Cijuela), Road Maintenance, and health services performed honor registration to take care of all passengers and to make sure that the roads were clean so that the circulation can be restored. Yesterday, around 1:30 p.m.

Although they have stabilized, the three adults who were admitted to the Intensive Care Unit at the Virgende las Nieves Neurraumatology Hospital remain in grave condition. According to reports from health sources, only one of the three adults admitted to the Intensive Care Unit at the Virgen de las Nieves Neurotraumatology Hospital requires assisted breathing. Two of the three patients admitted to the ICU may be transferred to the plant during the day.

Two of the three minors were discharged, and one remains in hospital. A 70-year-old female also underwent surgery at San Cecilio Hospital. She is doing well.

The accident occurred on Sunday morning at 5:45 AM at Kilometer 210 of A-92 in the direction Malaga. One of the buses that collided with the other died. Both buses were carrying 110 passengers on their way to Algeciras.

Except for seven seriously injured passengers, most of the passengers resumed their journey to Algeciras yesterday afternoon.

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