Two dead after motorway coach crash

Motorway coach crash


Five passengers were seriously injured and two people died after a coach crashed near Heathrow Airport.

The double-decker coach overturned on route from London to Aberdeen on a slip road from the M4 to the M25, a number of people were trapped including children.

The ambulance service said many of the injured are thought to have lost limbs.

National Express said it was likely many of the 65 passengers were returning from holiday.

National Express chief executive Paul Bunting said: "Our thoughts go out to all the people involved in today's accident."

A helpline has been set up for worried family members.

National Express helpline: 0121 625 1278


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