A NATO soldier from Hungary on Tuesday caused a car accident in the outskirts of Vilnius.
© Kęstutis Pocys

No one was hurt when two VW Passat cars collided in the intersection of Molėtų Plentas and Skersinės Street at 8 a.m., officials from the Vilnius County Police Headquarters told BNS.

According to preliminary information, one of the cars, driven by a Hungarian national born in 1971, failed to give way to the other VW Passat, driven by a man born in 1984, when making a turn at the intersection. There was a four-year-old passenger in the latter car.

BNS
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