At least 24 people, mostly tourists, have reportedly been injured, after the bus they were travelling in crashed, in the Spanish city of Barcelona.
At least 24 people, mostly tourists, have been injured after a coach crashed in the Spanish city of Barcelona, on the way to the city’s El Prat airport.
The bus was travelling on a ring road near the water front in the port city when it overturned during heavy rain. All of the victims were taken to hospitals across the city.
It had been travelling from the Costa Brave resort of Lloret de Mar.
Emergency services told AFP that at least three of those injured in the crash at around 3:10am local time (2:10am BST) suffered serious injuries, with six others said to be in a moderate condition in hospital.
Among those injured were tourists from Britain, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Belarus, other parts of Spain and the driver of the bus.