The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office said today that they are aware of Britons injured when their bus overturned on a highway in Cuba. In a statement, the Foreign Office said:
We are aware of a bus crash involving British nationals between Trinidad and Varadero in Cuba on the evening of 4th July.
Our embassy in Havana is in close contact with local authorities. Consular offficials are on their way to the area to provide assistance if needed.
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