MOSCOW, April 8 (Xinhua) -- At least five people were killed and four others were injured after a minibus collided with a train in the northern part of the Crimea Peninsula on Sunday, local police said.
The bus operating the route between Sevastopol in the southwest and Armyansk in the north crashed with the train running from Kerch in the east to Armyansk at a railway crossing in the suburb of Armyansk, said Olga Kondrashova, spokesperson for the Interior Ministry's Crimean branch.
The bus was carrying 13 people when the accident happened. No children were among the casualties.
Crimea was incorporated into Russia in March 2014 following a local referendum. Ukraine says the peninsula was annexed.