Three young children among 10 injured following head on bus crash

Three young children among 10 injured following head on bus crash

Three children are among 10 Australians seriously injured in a bus crash in Vanuatu.

The crash occurred in the capital, Port Vila, between a local commuter bus and a cruise ship tour bus run by a local operator.

The children were among 12 P&O cruise ship passengers hurt in a head-on crash in Port Vila on Monday.

ABC news reports that the children are aged four, seven and 11.

The 11-year-old girl has been flown to Noumea with significant head injuries.

A number of other passengers are also being flown to nearby hospitals and their conditions have been described as ‘touch and go.’

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