Traffic blocked on Valea Jiului, after a truck overturned. Two people were injured

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Traffic blocked on Valea Jiului, after a truck overturned.  Two people were injured

A road train overturned, Tuesday morning, in the Jiului Gorge, completely blocking road traffic on the European road E 79, between Bumbești Jiu and Petroșani. Gorje firemen intervened in the Vișina Monastery area, after the driver of the truck loaded with construction materials lost control of the steering wheel. Two people were injured, the local authorities announce.

Accident in Valea Jiului

Crack of nerves in Valea Jiului, after a TIR with materials construction overturned on the road and drivers could no longer move forward. The Bumbești-Jiu Intervention Guard and the Târgu Jiu Detachment went to the scene with a rescue vehicle, plus an SMURD crew, as well as the SAJ with three ambulances.

Traffic completely blocked after that a TIR overturned

Gorje firemen are on the European road E79 (Jiului Gorge), in the area of ​​the Vișina Monastery, following a road accident with two non-incarcerated persons, after a TIR overturned , traffic being blocked in both directions.

“At this moment we are intervening to manage an emergency situation generated by a road accident in the Vişina Monastery area, in which involved a TIR that overturned on the road. (…) The first crews that arrived at the scene found that the impact resulted in 2 victims who are not incarcerated. The traffic is blocked in both directions, the TIR is overturned on the road, on the European road E79”, said the spokesperson of ISU Gorj, Florin Chisim.

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