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Horror bus crash leaves 11 Brits injured after smashing into coach

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A group of British tourists were hurt in a bus crash in Turkey. The crash happened in the Manavgat district.

The bus flipped over and hit a pole. One man is in critical condition.

Pictures show the damaged bus and another bus from the same company.

A witness said one bus crashed into the other, causing it to flip. Luckily, no one died.

Eleven British tourists and one Irish tourist were injured, along with three tour company staff.

The injured tourists got medical help at the scene before going to nearby hospitals.

The pink vehicle seemed to be affiliated with the tour company ‘Panter Safari’, which does tours in and around the city of Antalya in Turkey.

The company, known for its Pink Panther branding, offers tours across the region for those looking to explore the countryside, as stated on its Facebook page.

Located in the beautiful Antalya Province in southwest Turkey along the Mediterranean Sea, it is one of many companies that provide tours in the area.

According to Turkish reports, the police have started an investigation into the incident.

A Foreign Office spokesperson told The Sun: “We are providing consular support to a number of British nationals following an incident in Turkey, and are in contact with the local authorities.”

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