Bus removed from Lana River due to ongoing investigation

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One of Tirana’s Ring buses which ended up in the Lana river following an accident, has been removed last night.

The news was confirmed by Tirana’s mayor, Erion Veliaj, through a post on social media.

Veliaj said that this removal was ordered by the prosecution in order to conduct an auto-technical expertise. Veliaj added that afer the investigations are complete, the bus will be brought back to its original location, at the Lana river, where it will be displayed as an art installation.

The accident took place on April 29, close to Cinema Agimi when the bus driver lost control of the wheel after crashing with a smaller car that also ended up in the Lana river.

The decision to keep the bus as an art installation was made in order to raise awareness amongst careless drivers.

 

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