Red Cross doctor dies in Kosovo blast
The blast near Likovac about 30 km (20 miles) west of Pristina hurled the vehicle on to its roof. The casualties were taken to hospital in the provincial capital aboard a Yugoslav army helicopter.
Sommer said Sheptim Robaj, an anaesthetist from Pristina was killed and another Yugoslav doctor identified as Ilir Tolaj was seriously injured.
Two women Red Cross workers, New Zealander Maggie Bryson and Linda Bunjaku, a Yugoslav, were injured.
The car was so badly damaged by the explosion that "it was a miracle anyone survived", Sommer said.
Five Serbian policemen were killed when their vehicle hit a landmine near the same spot earlier this month.
A translator was slightly injured when a Canadian diplomatic mission was damaged by a mine nearby on September 13.
Serbian police blamed guerrillas of the ethnic Albanian separatist Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) for the mining.
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