Rescue crews end emergency personel stand near a bus that crashed off the highway near Cieza killing 12 people and injuring another 38 on november 9, 2014.AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Fourteen people died when a coach plunged into a ravine in southeastern Spain, in the worst such accident in the country for 13 years, officials said Sunday.The coach crashed on the final stretch of the 400-kilometre (250-mile) journey, 50 kilometres from the village of 12,000 people.Spanish media cited passengers saying that the driver had shouted before the crash that the coach's brakes were not working properly.It was the worst coach accident in Spain since 2001, when 19 retirees died in a crash near Huelva in the southwest of the country.
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