Senior injured by driverless bus in Piraeus

Senior injured by driverless bus in Piraeus

A bus smashed parked cars over a distance of 100 meters on Tuesday in the Aghia Sofia area of Piraeus, leaving a 77-year-old man seriously injured.

According to reports, the driver stopped and got out of the bus to provide assistance at the scene of a car accident on the corner of Koritsas and Asclepiou streets, but the handbrake failed and the vehicle rolled downhill, sweeping everything in its way, including the 77-year-old, trees and 12 cars.

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