Four Czech tourists who were injured in a bus accident in Croatia early on Saturday remain in hospital in Pule with fractures and concussion, the ctk news agency reports. Six others have returned home. Twenty-one passengers suffered injuries in the accident in which a tourist bus overturned into a ravine. There were no critical injuries. Most of the group later continued on their journey to their holiday destination. The accident happened on the seacoast, near the town of Novi Grad at around 4 am CET. According to Croat traffic police the driver had been going too fast on a dangerous stretch of the road.
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