Erasmus student tragedy in Spain

JAUME SELLART

Rescue workers remove the coach after a crash that has left at least 13 students dead at the AP-7 motorway in Freginals, in the province of Tarragona, northeastern Spain, 20 March 2016. The coach carrying dozens of Erasmus students collided with a car and overturned. The students from several different countries were heading to Barcelona after attending Las Fallas Festival in Valencia, eastern Spain.

At least 13 people died and 34 were injured when a bus on a highway in Spain lost control and crashed into a car Sunday morning


At least 13 people dead in the early hours of Sunday morning when a bus carrying Erasmus students lost control and crashed into a car, in a highway near the small town of Freginals, about 150 kilometres south of Barcelona.

The Catalan interior chief, Jordi Jané, reported that another 43 people were injured. The Interior Minister said there were no fears for the lives of the injured people. The bus was carrying 57 people, with most of the being university students enrolled at the Erasmus EU ex...


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