Bus crashes in Hungary, 14 Serbians injured

BELGRADE -- A Swiss license plates bus operated by a Serbia-based company has crashed in Hungary, leaving 14 passengers injured.

(Image made from YouTube video)
(Image made from YouTube video)

Five, including the driver, suffered serious injuries when the bus flipped onto its roof, B92 has learned.

The accident happened near the town of Tatabanya in northwest Hungary, in the early hours of Tuesday.

It has been confirmed that all passengers were Serbian citizens.

The Hungarian police are yet to make a statement on what caused the accident.

Meanwhile, RTS has reported that the bus belonged to the Topola-based Op-Top-Tours company, and that it was traveling in the Kragujavac-Basel line.