Kyrgyz citizens evacuated from broken minibus in Kazakhstan

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Bishkek, Feb.14, 2018 / Kabar /. Citizens of Kyrgyzstan were evacuated from a broken minibus on the highway in the Aktyubinsk region of Kazakhstan, the Committee for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Kazakhstan reported.

An emergency call about the broken bus was received at night on Feb. 13. The bus heading from Bishkek to Samara had broken down on Samara-Shymkent highway.

In the passenger compartment of the minibus there were only 8 passengers, 7 of them citizens of Kyrgyzstan and one citizen of Uzbekistan.

All the people were examined by doctors who did not need hospitalization.

This is not the first time when a bus or minibus with citizens of Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan or Tajikistan breaks down on the way to the cities of Russia.

Several buses with citizens of Kyrgyzstan froze on the road in Kazakhstan back in January; people were evacuated to heating points. There were no injured people.

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