A coach carrying more than 50 tourists, some believed to be from Medway, has overturned on a popular route in Scotland.
The vehicle left the A83 in Argyll and came to a stop near a loch at around 2.10pm yesterday.
Some 23 people were taken to hospital, with the seriously injured airlifted for treatment. Their injuries were not thought to be life-threatening.
It is believed that high winds in the area at the time were a possible factor. There were 52 people on board the Lochs and Glens Holidays coach and 25 of those were described as "walking wounded" following the crash.
A rest centre in Arrochar was in place to support the remaining passengers, and 29 of them were spending the night at local hotels.
Police said the road was closed for a time but has since reopened, while the coach has been removed.
Lochs and Glens Holidays runs a number of coach trips, mainly in the Scottish Highlands, but picks up passengers across the UK.