Russian embassy in Turkey: no Russians injured in Mugla accident

There were no Russians on board of a coach involved in an accident in southwestern Turkey, Ukrainian nationals were on board, the press attache of the Russian embassy in Ankara, Irina Kasimova, said.

"According to the governorship of Mugla, nationals of Ukraine were on board of the coach, there were no Russians among them," Sputnik cited Kasimova as saying.

The Mugla governor's office said in a statement that the bus was traveling Thursday from popular tourist destination of Bodrum to Denizli province when it skidded on a rainy road and tipped over.

The group's Turkish guide was also injured. The governor's office said there were no critical injuries and all were receiving medical treatment in Mugla.

Earlier, Turkey's official Anadolu news agency had reported that 10 Russian tourists had been injured in the accident.

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