Security footage shows a bus start moving from a standstill at a highway bus stop onto a sidewalk and down a set of stairs into the entrance of the Slaviansky Boulevard metro station.
A bus in Moscow rolled down a pedestrian underpass on Monday, killing 5 people and injuring 15. The bus went off the road and onto the steps leading into the passageway.
Another angle shows the bus seemingly stationary on the side of a snowy road before it appears to pull away in the direction of the metro station. Police said that the incident happened as the bus driver lost control of the bus.
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The victims included a woman in her thirties and a teenager. The bus driver was also detained and questioned, authorities said. The version of a terrorist attack is excluded, officials said.
Interfax news agency reported that the bus was not even a year old.
"According to preliminary information, five people died".
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Russian news agencies quoted Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin as saying he had ordered all city buses to be checked in the aftermath of the crash.
Monday is a normal working day in Moscow, where the Orthodox Christmas will be celebrated on 7 January.
In July 2014, 21 people were killed when a train derailed near the same station after braking abruptly.
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