7 dead after bus carrying tourists crashes in Cuba

7 dead after bus carrying tourists crashes in Cuba

7 dead after bus carrying tourists crashes in Cuba

Among those killed were two Argentine women, a German and a French. The tourists are reported to be from Holland, Great Britain, France, Mexico, and of course Canada.

However, reports from Cuba indicate that the bus was carrying 18 locals and 22 tourists.

Witnesses said the driver tried to pass another auto when he crashed.

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Only the bus was carrying 40 people.

The driver told local media that he lost control on a road between the eastern cities of Baracoa and Guantánamo. Six of the injured victims were in critical condition. The Thursday accident also claimed the lives of three Cubans, according to Radio Guantanamo.

According to Radio Guantanamo, two Canadians were injured - a 56-year-old man and a 54-year-old man. Their ages range from 42 to 74.

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A spokesperson for the UK's Foreign Office said: 'We are seeking information from the Cuban authorities following a road traffic accident, and are ready to assist any British people who require our help'.

Viazul operates buses between many large towns on Cuba and is a popular travel choice for tourists on the Caribbean island.

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