The owner of the Serbian bus that crashed on the Trakia highway has over 99 acts issued for serious violations, and the lessee of the bus has 4 serious violations registered, reports Nova TV.

During the inspection of the owner and the lessee, who has a license to transport passengers, the Serbian Ministry of the Interior found a total of 103 violations.

Among them, violation of working hours, tachograph violations and others. 

The driver of the crashed Serbian bus was detained for 24 hours

The total value of the fines imposed on the owner so far is 3.5 million dinars.

Pre-trial proceedings have also been initiated for a violation under the Road Traffic Safety Act.

The total cost of the violations to the tenant is 424 thousand dinars.

On August 14, the Serbian bus, transporting children and adults after a holiday on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, crashed on the Trakia highway in the Stara Zagora region.

The 40-year-old driver was charged because he caused the accident due to distraction while driving.

Fortunately, there are no victims.

However, 12 children between the ages of 6 and 16, as well as two adults, were injured.

On Thursday, two children who were transported from the Staro Zagora hospital to the capital's "Pirogov" will be transported by two helicopters to Serbia.

And the court in Stara Zagora will consider the measure of remand for the bus driver.


Trakia highway