Five Lithuanian tourists incurred minor injuries after a bus tipped over in Turkey, Kęstutis Vaškelevičius, the Lithuanian foreign minister's spokesman, told BNS on Friday.
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According to data provided by the Lithuanian Embassy to Turkey, the five persons with minor injuries are in stable condition. The Lithuanian consul managed to get in contact with three of the victims who have been released from hospital after tests.

Lithuanian diplomats are working to reach two more citizens of the country to inquire about their need for consular assistance.

Russia's Interfax news agency cited spokesman for the Russian Embassy to Turkey as saying that four Russian citizens were killed in the crash and another 27 were injured. The accident occurred between Pamukkale and Antalya.

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