The airplane with those wounded in the Saturday accident in Croatia has landed in Warsaw, Polish deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz announced during the early hours on Sunday. He added that the patients are under special care.
Around midnight from Saturday to Sunday, a government plane with a delegation returning from Croatia landed at Warsaw’s Okecie military airport. Among the officials taking part in the mission were both Przydacz and the Health Minister of Poland, Adam Niedzielski.
The deputy FM noted that the wounded transported to Poland “remain under the care of doctors and psychologists all the time.”
The photo attached to the official’s entry on social media showed ambulances standing on the tarmac waiting for the injured.
Around twelve (12) people were killed and 32 injured, 19 of them seriously, in a crash of Polish bus that slipped off the road in northwestern Croatia. The accident took place around 5.40 am on the A4 motorway, in the Varazdin region north of Zagreb. The bus left the road and fell into a ditch next to the motorway, the police reported.