A railcar has collided with a truck at a railway crossing in central Poland, leaving 22 people injured with seven hospitalised.
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The unveiling is timed to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the tragedy that abruptly claimed the life of Poland’s wartime leader in 1943.
The case involving a Polish mother and her son, who died after falling overboard from a ferry in the Baltic Sea on Thursday, is now being classified as a murder probe.
A Polish mother and her seven-year-old son, lifted from the Baltic Sea by Swedish rescue teams on Thursday, are dead, a Polish police official said on Friday.
Emergency services in Gdynia and Sweden were joined by NATO forces after the woman leapt into the Baltic Sea to save her 7-year-old son who had fallen off the Stena Line ferry.
The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) recognized Poland with the exceptional achievement after reducing road deaths by 47% between 2012 and 2022, far exceeding the EU average reduction of 22%.
The Polish government’s spokesman has said there will be a review of procedures following a road traffic accident involving the prime minister’s escort convoy that left four people, including two police officers, injured.
Mateusz Morawiecki, prime minister, has praised the decreasing numbers of road accidents in Poland, recalling a recent EU road safety award won by the country.
The Polish consul in Berlin tweeted on Wednesday that the majority of those injured in Tuesday's bus crash on the German A12 autobahn have now left hospitals.