Shaken Dzurinda team returns from Yugoslav car crash

A state Slovak delegation to Yugoslavia, including Prime Minister Mikuláš Dzurinda and three senior cabinet members, has returned to Bratislava after an August 31 road accident involving their motorcade that left three dead and 11 injured. According to initial police reports, the crash was caused when a Serb motorist attempted a dangerous overtaking maneuver and hit three cars in the oncoming convoy.

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