A Czech driver returning with his family from a vacation in Greece, died in the early hours of Saturday when he lost control of his vehicle. The car broke through at the guardrails and the car went off an overpass landing on a road below. The man, in his 40s, reportedly died at the scene. The other passengers - his wife and two children aged 4 and 15 - were not seriously injured. The accident took place near Niš; the news was reported by the Serbian daily Blic.
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