A Polish Medical Air Rescue (LPR) aircraft carrying three more victims of Saturday's coach crash in Croatia landed in Warsaw on Friday afternoon.
Ten injured survivors of Saturday's crash of a Polish bus in Croatia landed in Warsaw on Wednesday afternoon, the Polish health ministry has said.
A Polish military transport aircraft has left Warsaw airport for Zagreb to pick up 10 people injured in Saturday's coach crash in Croatia, the Polish health ministry’s spokesperson announced on Wednesday morning.
Ten casualties of Saturday's Polish coach crash in Croatia will be brought to Poland for treatment, a deputy health minister said on Monday.
Four tourists injured in a coach crash in Romania will have to remain in hospital, including one patient whose treatment is going to take a longer time, the foreign ministry spokesperson has said.
Polish police reported that 14 people died in car accidents on Monday, making it deadliest day of the Easter holidays.
Poland's prime minister on Monday announced new traffic laws introducing stiffer fines for traffic offenders and new compensation instruments for road accident victims.
Annual costs of road crashes in Poland reached 2.7 percent of GDP in 2018, down from 3 percent three years earlier, according to the National Road Safety Council data.
The driver of an Ukrainian bus that crashed on Saturday in south-eastern Poland has been charged with unintentionally causing a land traffic disaster.
Five people died on Tuesday night in an accident involving a Polish bus on the A1 motorway close to Oldenburg, north-west Germany, German media has reported.