A major road accident took place in Moscow on Saturday afternoon.
According to the Moscow Traffic Inspection's information department, the driver of a Volga sedan failed to keep his car on the road and rammed into a bus stop at one of the crossroads in northern Moscow.
As a result, according to the medics urgently called to the site, seven people were injured, some of them seriously.
A spokesman for the Moscow Traffic Inspection said that the driver attempted to run away but was promptly apprehended.
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