At least one British holiday maker has died in a coach crash in the French Alps, police said. A further two tourists are thought to have died in the cash, which happened around 3pm local time in the Alpe d'Huez resort. A Grenoble police spokesperson said
There is not much information at the moment but on the face of it, at least one Briton has died. We do not know how the crash happened.
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