The mini-bus severely damaged after Friday's accident. (The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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More road accidents are expected to take place in Lebanon, the secretary-general of YASA International told The Daily Star Friday, after a devastating crash between a commuter mini-bus and a truck claimed four lives.The accident on the Minjiz-Akkar road in north Lebanon also injured 23 .The truck happened to be in violation of Lebanon's new traffic law, passed in November 2012, as it did not have an underride guard rail, metal barriers attached to the back of a truck to prevent a crashing car from sliding under the vehicle.Car accidents happen every day in Lebanon.Another accident on the Kfar Hazir-Chekka road in north Lebanon Friday killed a priest, identified as Father Agapios, after his car was overturned.
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