Thailand: 28 Russian tourists injured in bus crash near Pattaya

Posted on August 11, 2013 • Filed under: Thailand, Tourists Injured

The St. Petersburg Times reports that Thai police said Saturday that 28 Russian tourists were injured after bus they were riding on crashed into a small hill near a popular tourist site. Police Col. Bandit Muangsukham said that 44 Russian passengers, along with three crew members, were traveling to a cave in Kanchanaburi province on Friday when the accident happened. He said the driver told police he suddenly lost control of the steering wheel before the bus veered into a small hill and flipped onto its side. Read article

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