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A 45-year-old man has been charged over a bus crash in Lancelin that left 20 people injured last year.

A number of tourists were seriously injured in the crash – including two Singaporeans who were left in a critical condition – when the Desert Storm Adventures bus flipped in dunes a year ago.

Four others suffered spinal injuries.

The man has been charged with operating a public vehicle without the appropriate license under the Transport Coordination Act.

He is due to appear before the Lancelin Magistrate’s Court on August 16.

The West Australian

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