Nine British schoolchildren have been injured in a bus crash in Germany.
A 90-year-old man is believed to have lost control over his car and crashed head-on into a double-decker bus in the Black Forest region.
Police told local media that the bus was carrying seven teachers and 73 pupils aged between 13 and 15.
The students suffered minor injuries, but the driver of the bus and the Audi both were both rushed to hospital in a helicopter with serious injuries.
Firefighters told local media that the 90-year-old man was unconscious when emergency services arrived.
A number of the teens were treated for shock.
The incident is under investigation and police have said it is not yet clear what caused the man to veer into oncoming traffic.
Emergency services attended the scene in the south-western town of Voehrenbach at around 9.15, local time, Monday morning.
Images from the scene shows that the entire windscreen of the bus got smashed in the crash.
The Audi can be seen in a bad state with debris scattered across the road.