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Rescatan a los integrantes de un vehículo atrapados tras el vuelco del turismo en el camino a Bulnes

Bomberos del Servicio de Emergencias del Principado de Asturias (SEPA) han rescatado a dos integrantes de un vehículo que quedaron atrapados después de que volcase el turismo en el que viajaban en el camino hacia Bulnes, antes de llegar a Sotres (Cabrales).
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