Seven people have been killed in a bus crash in Cuba, with five said to be in a serious condition.
A British couple in their 70s were also among those injured in the collision, although they are not thought to be seriously harmed, Sky News reports.
Eighteen Cubans and 22 tourists were on board the coach when it crashed between the eastern cities of Baracoa and Guantánamo.
Those injured are now being treated in the provincial hospital of Guantanamo, eastern Cuba
Tourists from Holland, Great Britain, France, Mexico and Canada were also listed as being on-board the bus.
The names of those who have died have not yet been released.
The driver told Radio Guantanamo he lost control on the wet and winding road.
While Cuban newspaper Juventud Rebelde reported that the coach had overturned while trying to overtake on a slope.
This is the fourth major bus accident in Cuba in a month and the nation’s roads are known to be lacking in light, narrow and often poorly maintained.
Last year, there were 750 deaths and 7,999 injuries from 11,187 accidents on the country’s roads.
A spokesperson for the UK’s Foreign Office said: ‘We are seeking information from the Cuban authorities following a road traffic accident, and are ready to assist any British people who require our help.’