Two Armenian citizens killed in Russia's Kalmykia car accident
Two Armenian citizens were killed as a result of the car accident in Russia's republic of Kalmykia.
Kalmykia’s internal affairs agencies launched an investigation into two road accidents that left three people killed, the country's Ministry of Internal Affairs reported.
According to the source, during the first accident, the driver lost control and the vehicle rolled over. Two Armenian nationals died. The driver and other two passengers, who are also the citizens of Armenia, were hospitalized.
The source added that a 59-year-old was killed as the result another accident as the driver also lost control and rolled over, News.am reported.