Eight out of nine killed in road accident in Kryvy Rih workers of ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih
Eight out of nine people killed in a road accident in Kryvy Rih were workers of PJSC ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih (Dnipropetrovsk region), the company reported on Wednesday.
According to the report, the victims are Alla Korotych, born in 1960, Maryna Solovei, born in 1972, Liudmyla Steshenko, born in 1962, Andriy Slavin, born in 1977, Oleksandr Makhanov, born in 1983, Mykhailo Kuklenko, born in 1961, Serhiy Rak, born in 1978, and Vitaliy Mischenko, born in 1970.
Another nine workers of the steel plant were injured. The company is providing them with full medical support, psychological and legal assistance.
Mourning was declared in Kryvy Rih on April 18.
As reported, eight people were killed and 21 more were injured after a bus, a passenger van and a car collided in Kryvy Rih in Dnipropetrovsk region early on April 17. A man injured in the crash died in a local hospital early on April 18.