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.
We are aware of the bus crash in Mombasa. Our team in Mombasa is providing consular assistance to the British nationals who have been affected.
We are working very closely with the tour operator, Thomson.
Some British nationals remain in hospital receiving treatment for injuries, accompanied by their families. The remaining passengers will be leaving Kenya.
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