Turkey tourist minibus crash leaves 15 injured - including British man in life-threatening condition

At least 15 people have been hurt, including 11 Britons, in a crash between tourist minibuses in Turkey.

One of those injured, a 53-year-old British man, is in a life-threatening condition, Turkish media reported on Thursday.

A witness claimed one of the semi-open vehicles smashed into the back of the other bus in the Manavgat district of Antalya, which is a popular destination for tourists.

It then swerved off the road and overturned - causing passengers to be thrown from the vehicle.

An Irish tourist was also hurt, along with three staff working for the tour company, according to reports.

Several victims were given first aid at the scene, before being taken to nearby hospitals.

Footage of the aftermath showed injured people lying on the floor and being treated, while others were seen sitting with blankets around their shoulders.

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A bright pink overturned safari bus - with the words "Panter Safari" painted on the back - was left at the side of the road.

Several companies offer trips in the region to tourists wanting to see the surrounding countryside and other cultural sights.

A Foreign Office spokesperson said: "We are providing consular support to a number of British nationals following an incident in Turkey, and are in contact with the local authorities."