Police investigating a coach crash in Surrey say they believe the driver of the coach was among the three people killed when the 51-seater coach crashed off the A3 near Hindhead Bridge and ploughed into a tree.
Police said all the surviving passengers were taken to hospital and that some are being treated for "life-changing injuries."
Asked for details, inspector Richard Mallett from Surrey Police said he thought some of those injured would lose limbs.
He also confirmed the standard of driving would form part of their investigation.
It is understood two of the bodies have not yet been removed from the wreckage.
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