Pilgrims from Poland killed in Croatia bus crash – BBC News

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At least 12 people have been killed after a bus carrying Polish pilgrims veered off a road in Croatia and ended up in a ditch.

All 32 surviving passengers, all Polish adults, are said to be injured, 19 of them seriously.

The trip, organised by the Brotherhood of St Joseph Catholic group, included three priests and six nuns.

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