Four Japanese tourists seriously injured in Australia crash

14:11, July 28, 2011      

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Four tourists were seriously injured early on Thursday in a crash involving a minibus and a truck in Bundaberg, 220 miles north of Brisbane in Australia's Queensland, the Department of Community said.

About 10 tourists, believed to be from Japan, were on the minibus when the crash happened, the Department of Community said.

"Four were taken to Bundaberg Hospital with serious head and chest injuries," a spokeswoman said, adding none of the injuries were life threatening.

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