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At least two tourists were killed when a gold Coast bus they were travelling in plunged off a cliff about 300 metres below them, leaving them with permanent skull injuries.

The accident occurred in the town of Larchdale near the Gold Coast at 11:30am (AEST).

Police said two tourists, who had been in Perth, were heading to a friend’s house in Larchdale, a holiday resort that is popular with beachside holidaymakers and tourists.

They were due to have a private tour of the beach, but instead it veered off its path and onto a mountain road.

Witnesses told the ABC they saw the bus careening down the mountain카지노 뉴스 road and being engulfed by dust clouds.

«[The bus] kind of skidded and then kind of veered off the road and struck the cliff top,» said a man named Mike.

«I was just looking out the window when I saw it, it was flying all over the place.»

Another witness, named B카지노 썰en, said: «The bus hit the side of the cliff. It took off from the side on top of the cliff and then we saw a big dent in the side of the bus.

«There was nothing we could do, all we could do was look out of the window and try to make out the whole thing.»

Witness Ken said his friend and other passengers were lucky to be alive.

«I saw him, and I didn’t even see him get into the car. I’m just telling you, just as long as you’마닐라 카지노 후기re alive, you need to be safe — just let’s put that on your bucket list,» he said.

The Gold Coast region and the neighbouring state of Victoria were still in the dark for a time over the incident but Queensland Ambulance Service said emergency services received an emergency call at 10.45am on Friday.

«We just received an emergency call… in Larchdale and we did a quick check there and we were concerned about anyone being on the same road and there were no immediate concerns.

«We were still working closely with the police as they try and piece together what went wrong,» said Superintendent Greg Kelly of the Queensland Police Service.

«We hope they can find out where people went wrong and to have it all worked out as quickly as possible.»

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