A number of Scottish passengers were left hurt after a crash at a Tenerife airport moments after they disembarked from their flight.
“Several” people were taken to hospital after a shuttle bus transporting folk from the Jet2 plane to the airport terminal on the south of the island crashed.
The aircraft had just touched down on the Canary Island after travelling from Glasgow on Sunday afternoon.
The shuttle is believed to have collided with a lorry carrying concrete pillars.
Although some were taken to hospital, nobody sustained any serious injuries.
A Jet2 spokeswoman said the airline’s Tenerife-based team were helping those involved in the crash.
She said: “Several customers have been taken to hospital following this incident and our ‘in resort’ team are with them providing assistance.
“Thankfully there were no serious injuries, and we are investigating this incident as a matter of urgency with the airport authorities.”
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