04/11/2019

NI Couple Injured In France Bus Crash

A young couple from Northern Ireland are among those injured after a bus travelling from Paris to London crashed in northern France.

A total of 33 people were hurt in the collision, four of which suffered serious injuries.

The FlixBus coach was travelling on the A1 at the exit near Amiens when adverse weather conditions caused the crash, according to reports.
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The local pair have been named as Jamie Kerr and Gemma Given, both aged 20. They were treated in hospital for injuries to their head and hands.



(JG/CM)

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