MoFA confirms the death of two Macedonian citizens in two multi-vehicle crashes in Serbia


The police department in Jagodina, Serbia, informed Macedonia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday that two Macedonian citizens were among those killed in two multi-vehicle crashes on a key highway in Serbia.

Seven people were killed and 27 others injured in the accident, which involved 34 cars and trucks and probably happened because of the fog, police said.

The collisions took place on both sides of the main north-south highway in central Serbia, 110 kilometers southeast of the capital, Belgrade.

Serbian state TV said some victims were stuck in their crashed cars for a while until rescuers pulled them out. One reporter described utter ‘chaos’ against a backdrop of smashed cars and trucks.

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