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One Estonian citizen has been confirmed dead in a bus crash in Antalya, Turkey.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that a coach carrying 24 people, most of whom were from Estonia, was involved in a traffic accident near the town of Manavgat. A 52-year-old Estonian woman died, a number of other passengers were taken to the hospital, none with life-threatening injuries.

An investigation into the cause of the tragic accident is under way.

Photos of the accident can be viewed here.

Editor: M. Oll



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