Truck drivers along the Dora-Jounieh highway, north of Beirut. The Daily Star/File/Mohammad Azakir)
BEIRUT: Seven people were injured after a bus traveling along the Safra highway, north of Beirut, collided with a truck, according to a security source.
The source said the cause of the accident was not clear.
The collision caused a massive traffic jam for motorists driving from the northern regions of Batroun and Tripoli to Beirut.
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