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Four Russian Tourists Killed In Greece Bus Crash

The Russian Consulate in the Greek city of Thessaloniki has confirmed that four Russian tourists were killed and 30 injured when a bus that was taking them to the airport crashed in the predawn hours.

The Greek driver of the bus was also injured.

There were reportedly 50 Russians on the bus -- 49 tourists and a guide -- and they were scheduled to depart on a flight to St. Petersburg on September 14.

The bus apparently skidded off the road in a light rain and overturned.

Based on reporting by Interfax and AP

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