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The last three casualties of an August 6 Polish coach crash near Zagreb, Croatia, will be flown back to Poland, the Polish health minister said on Wednesday.
The Polish Medical Air Rescue (LPR) will transport, to Poland, on Thursday, three patients who were injured in a coach crash in Croatia, Poland's health ministry reported on Thursday.
A Polish Medical Air Rescue (LPR) aircraft carrying three more victims of Saturday's coach crash in Croatia landed in Warsaw on Friday afternoon.
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.
Seven victims of Saturday's crash involving a Polish bus in Croatia have been hospitalised in Varazdin, Croatia, two are in critical condition, the spokesperson for the Varazdin clinic announced on Sunday.
A plane carrying four casualties from Saturday's crash of a Polish bus in Croatia arrived in Warsaw in the night from Saturday to Sunday, a government official announced shortly after midnight on Sunday.
Polish rowers on Saturday finished second in the men’s double sculls at the 2021 the World Rowing Cup held on Jarun Lake in Zagreb, Croatia.
President Andrzej Duda on Monday in an online message to Croatian President Zoran Milanovic expressed his and the Poles' sympathy and support in connection with Sunday's major earthquake in the country.
The building housing Hina's offices in central Zagreb was severely damaged in the earthquake on Sunday.
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