Bus crashes into creek leaving 13 injured

Savannah Meacham
AAP
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Thirteen people were injured when a tourist bus crashed into a guard rail and careered into a creek. (Darren England/AAP PHOTOS)
Thirteen people were injured when a tourist bus crashed into a guard rail and careered into a creek. (Darren England/AAP PHOTOS) Credit: AAP

Two people have been airlifted to hospital and 11 others have minor injuries after a tourist bus crashed into a creek in Queensland’s far north.

The Greyhound bus was travelling through Tully, 140km south of Cairns, when it hit a guard rail and crashed into a small creek on Tuesday evening.

Paramedics assessed 13 people who were on board the bus for injuries.

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Two people were airlifted to hospital including a woman in her 50s with a leg injury and a man in his 20s with a back injuries.

Eleven other people were taken to local hospitals with minor injuries.

Police said they are investigating the crash and called for anyone with dashcam of the incident to come forward.

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