Germany: 3 passengers 'seriously injured' after Prague-Hamburg bus comes off highway

Firefighters are standing next to a long-distance bus on the A24 motorway in Woebbelin, northern Germany.
Firefighters are standing next to a long-distance bus on the A24 motorway in Woebbelin, northern Germany. Copyright Ralf Drefin/dpa via AP
By Associated Press
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The international bus service came off a highway in northern Germany before coming to rest on its side in a ditch, injuring over 30 people.

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A bus traveling from Prague to Hamburg came off a highway in northern Germany early on Saturday and ended up lying on its right side, leaving three passengers seriously injured, police said.

The cause of the accident, which happened on the A24 highway near Ludwigslust at about 5:45 am CEST, wasn't immediately clear. Police said everyone on board the bus was taken to nearby hospitals nearby, and that 28 people had light injuries.

Bus operator Flixbus said many of those who were taken to hospitals weren't hurt, German news agency dpa reported.

Police said the 31 people on board the bus included German, Czech, Romanian, Turkish, Albanian, British, Indian, Egyptian and Chinese citizens, as well as the Czech driver.

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