13 killed, at least 37 injured in Spain's worst coach crash in more than a decade

Updated: 10 Nov 2014
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A bus carrying more than 50 passengers in Spain crashed, leaving 13 dead and dozens injured.
Thirteen people have been killed in a bus accident in Spain after the driver screamed "I can't brake" before crashing.
At least another 37 people have also been injured, according to The Spain Report website.
Among the dead is a man said to be a priest.
It is thought the group was on a religious excursion and was returning from the Spanish capital of Madrid.
The tragedy happened on Saturday night in Venta del Olivo, southeastern Spain.
More than 50 people were on board the coach. It is the worst coach crash in Spain in more than a decade.
Media reports in Spain say the driver had told emergency services that "the brakes had failed."
Another survivor told rescuers that the driver had shouted out "I can't brake, I can't brake" several times before the crash.
SOURCE: nydailynews   
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