Fifteen people injured at motor rally in Poland
WARSAW (Reuters) - At least 15 people, including two children, were injured at a motor rally in the Polish city of Poznan on Sunday after a luxury car skidded into a group of spectators, a local police spokesman said.
The accident occurred at the start of the three-day Gran Turismo Polonia event which draws amateur motor enthusiasts from all over Europe. At least 150 luxury cars are taking part in the event.
Police spokesman Andrzej Borowiak said police were questioning the Norwegian motorist involved in the accident.
(Reporting by Dagmara Leszkowicz, editing by Gareth Jones)
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