By Euro Weekly News Media • 17 December 2018 • 15:13
CRASH: A bus with 18 passengers fell off a steep bank on Saturday 15 in Álora on the Costa del Sol, Spain.
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A BUS with 18 passengers fell off a steep bank on Saturday 15 in Álora on the Costa del Sol, Spain.
According to Spanish media emergency services were involved in the rescue at 10:25am.
No serious injuries have been reported to date after the crash.
Sources reveal that vehicle fell by a drop of about three metres for reasons that have not yet transcended.
The bus fell on its side on a car that had parked in the area and in which fortunately there were no occupants.
Witnesses claim that the bus was in a very unstable position on top of the car, so the priority of the emergency services was to secure it before removing the passengers from the bus.
The Provincial Consortium of Bomeberos of Campillos and Coín, Local Police, Guardia Civil, Civil Protection and ambulances were called to the scene.
Emergency services treated six people, none of them were seriously injured, but had scratches, bumps and anxiety attacks, and some of them were sent to the Hospital del Guadalhorce for a follow up medical examination.
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