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Bulgaria: A Drunk Driver fell into a Ditch in an attempt to Escape a Police Check

A drunk driver was arrested after trying to avoid a police check.

Minutes after midnight today, a patrol car in Trud issued a signal to stop a car passing through the village with a stop light. However, the driver did not obey and continued in the direction of Plovdiv.

Bulgaria: A 2-Year-Old Boy Fell into a Two-Meter Manhole

A 2-year-old boy fell into a two-meter manhole in Stara Zagora. The child escaped with only bruises.

The incident that the boy's mother told about is not the first in the area. About a month ago, a small child fell again, after which safety pegs and safety tape were installed, but they disappeared, bTV recalls.

Blagoevgrad: Big Fire in Apartment in a Residential Building, there are Victims

A fire broke out in a residential building in one of the big districts of Blagoevgrad, and the victims of the fiery hell are 3 according to unconfirmed reports.

The fire was extinguished late in the evening, but there is a lot of water in the building.

Human Error is the Leading Version of the Tragedy on the “Struma” Highway, Victims are 44

Human error is the leading version of the Struma highway accident. This was stated at a briefing by Deputy Chief Prosecutor Borislav Sarafov, who was also informed that the victims were 44, not 45.

Overview of the "Struma" Tragedy: Chronology, Versions and Sorrows of Two Nations

The version of a terrorist act is excluded.

Mayor of Pernik: The Crashed Bus Tore about 50 meters of Guardrail in the Area of the Accident

Tragedy on "Struma" Highway: Passenger Bus Caught Fire, Leaving at least 45 Dead Including Children

The crashed bus tore about 50 meters of guardrail in the area of ​​the accident. This was said by the mayor of Pernik Stanislav Vladimirov to journalists on the occasion of the severe bus accident in which 46 people died, a reporter told FOCUS News Agency.

Special offers on food lead to more household waste

Special offers on food items have led to an increase in the amount of waste produced by households as consumers purchase more than what they need, according to research conducted by the Agriculture Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

More specifically, 72% of consumers buy more food than necessary as they are lured by offers.