On Sunday morning, a head-on collision occurred between an SUV and a scheduled bus in Davos, Switzerland. The accident resulted in three Belgians being injured. The FPS Foreign Affairs confirmed the incident and stated that none of the injured individuals are in critical condition.
The collision involved a 27-year-old Belgian man who was driving with three passengers from Davos towards Klosters when they ended up in the opposite lane. In a bend, the car collided hard with the bus traveling in the opposite direction. A total of six people were injured, including three who were seriously injured.
The cause of the accident is not yet clear, but images show that the road surface was covered in a thick layer of snow. The three seriously injured people were the occupants of the car, including the 27-year-old Belgian driver. One of them was flown by helicopter to the hospital in Chur, while two others were taken by ambulance to hospitals in Schiers and Chur. The fourth occupant of the car and the 58-year-old bus driver were also slightly injured and hospitalized in Davos.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that three Belgians are among those injured in the car accident, but none are currently in critical condition. The Belgian embassy in Bern is currently communicating with local authorities to gather more information about the incident. No further comment is available as it concerns an individual file at this time.