Two Bulgarian tourists were killed and two others seriously injured in a traffic accident early Wednesday outside the town of Kerkyra on the island of Corfu.
A man and a woman, the driver and front-seat passenger, of the car were killed on the spot when their car veered into the opposite lane on a curve at 7:00 a.m. and rammed into a tourist coach.
The bodies of the two tourists were recovered from the car, which was completely crushed when it wedged under the coach.
Another couple in the back seat of the car, also Bulgarian tourists, was seriously injured, and according to information the woman was in critical condition.
Corfu traffic police were investigating the circumstances of the accident.