Macedonian bus in Greece catches fire, no one injured

Bus of a Macedonian travel agency caught fire Sunday morning on its way to Halkidiki, Greece, whereat none of the passengers were injured.

Greek outlets reported that the passengers managed to alight from the bus unharmed before it was completely burnt. The fire was extinguished by 15 firefighters with five firefighting vehicles.
For now, the cause of the fire is still unknown.


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