Police are looking for witnesses of a bus crash on the outskirt of Prague on Friday, in which three people died and 45 others were injured. The incident happened at around 4 p.m. on Friday in a small town of Horoměřice northwest of Prague. The bus collided with a car and skidded off the road, smashing into a tree.
Several people were rushed into hospital in a serious condition, including two children who sustained major head injuries and had to be placed into artificial comas. The driver of the car and two bus passengers were killed in the incident. Rescue workers had to free passengers who were trapped inside the bus.
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