Title:EGYPT: Four Hungarian tourists who survived a bus crash in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada which killed 11 others are being treated in a hospital outside Cairo
Date:8th November 2011
Summary:6TH OCTOBER CITY, NEAR CAIRO, EGYPT (NOVEMBER 7, 2011) (REUTERS)
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SIGN ON HOSPITAL READING "DAR AL FOUAD HOSPITAL"
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Story Text: Four Hungarian tourists injured in a bus crash in Egypt were being treated near Cairo on Monday (November 07) and were reported to be in critical condition.
Eleven others were killed in the crash on Sunday night (November 06) in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada.
The accident, which left 27 people injured overall, happened on the outskirts of the Red Sea resort of Hurghada, 250 miles south of the capital Cairo, on the Muslim holiday of Eid el-Adha.
Ambulances took most of the injured to a local hospital but the four most serious cases were flown to the Dar al-Fouad hospital just outside of Cairo.
Egypt's state news agency reported that law enforcement officials had contacted the tourism company that operated the coach as part of an investigation into the crash.
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