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Three British holidaymakers were injured in this morning's Kenya coach crash, which saw the vehicle carrying 15 Britons roll over into the path of oncoming traffic, travel firm First Choice has said.
The accident happened shortly before 7:00am local time as the group was being driven to Mombasa Airport, though a spokeswoman said what caused the coach to overturn remained unknown.
Several British holiday makers are receiving hospital treatment after the bus they were travelling in rolled down a bank in Mombasa, Kenya. The bus was on its way to Mombasa International Airport when the accident occurred.
15 Brits were on board the bus along with several members of a local support team according to Kenyan officials. It's understood that one person is in a critical condition in hospital but that some of the British travellers were able to make their international flights home.
A number of Britons are receiving treatment in hospital after they were injured when their coach crashed in Kenya earlier today, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has said.
The incident happened in the coastal city of Mombasa at around 6am.
A number of Britons were travelling on a coach which crashed in Kenya, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has said.
According to a Kenyan TV report, up to 15 people were travelling on the bus when the accident happened in Kibarani, in Mombasa.
One person is reported to be in a critical condition and five other are said to have minor injuries.
A FCO spokesman said: "There has been a coach crash that we are aware of. We believe there are British nationals involved, and there are some injuries.
"Indications are the injuries are not life-threatening but we won't know for certain until our people are on the scene."
A number of Britons were travelling on a coach which crashed in Kenya, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have said.
The incident happened in the coastal city of Mombasa earlier today.
Around 15 people were believed to have been on the coach when it crashed. The number of Britons involved is not yet known.