The accident of the bus on the way to Germany are killed in Switzerland a Person, and 44 have been injured. The Bus, which was on Sunday on the way from Genoa to Düsseldorf, was advised against 4.15 PM at the end of the motorway feeder / A3W, South of Zurich, from unknown reasons, on icy road surfaces into a Skid and against a wall, rebounded, shared the Zurich cantonal police.
Three people were seriously injured, among them one of the two drivers. In the case of the dead was a woman, her identity was not immediately known. Four passengers were uninjured. The total number of persons on Board the police with 51, two of them initially, no information.
Among the passengers and even a Person from Germany was to act. 13 of the passengers were Italians, the rest came from various European and African countries as well as from Jordan and from Colombia. A passenger later told the Swiss media, the Bus was much too fast in a curve.
The Bus belonged to a local Partner, FlixBus and was in the order schedule, between Genoa and Dusseldorf on the go. "The safety of the passengers and the for used driver for FlixBus of the highest priority. Our sympathies are with the affected passengers and bus drivers, as well as their families and friends,“ the company said on Sunday in Munich.
"at The time of accident, the highway was snow - and ice-covered, and it snowed," said police spokeswoman Rebecca Valves of the news Agency dpa. The portion of the highway between Brunau and Wiedikon was blocked in both directions, but was released at noon. From Genoa to Dusseldorf is around 1000 kilometres, to Zurich, 425.
according to the news Agency sda reported, prevented the wall of the Bus fell ten meters deep in the River Sihl. It is, therefore, at the end of a roadside strip. The actual lane from bending before the right. In 2016, there was on the site of a serious accident. Then, a load was the car in the afternoon to a traffic jam, then to the left on the emergency lane advised to have breached the wall and was plunged into the Sihl. The driver have survived at the time seriously injured. (dpa)