A Lebanese Red Cross ambulance. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
BEIRUT: A baby girl was killed and five other people were injured when a commuter mini-bus collided head-on with a car on the Halba highway in the northern region of Akkar Monday.
A security source identified the infant as Sarab al-Drayii, a Syrian.
The source said the injured were three Syrians and two Lebanese.
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