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10-years-old child was crashed by bus in Greece
10:36 17.07.2012
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10-years-old Georgian child, Saba Talakhadze, was crashed by bus in Greece. The emergency operation was carried out on the scene. 

As it is known, when the incident happened the teenager was standing on the road and strapping his shoes, while the police asked the driver to remove his bus from the way. The driver could not notice the child. Doctors managed to keep a limb to the teenager.   

Saba was on a tour in Greece.

Police have arrested the driver, but the court decided to dismiss him with plea agreement. 

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