More than 40 children have been injured after a school bus hit a number of cars and crashed into the side of a building in Germany.
Three helicopters and 10 ambulances rushed to the scene of the crash in the town of Eberbach, around 50km (30 miles) east of the city of Mannheim.
A total of 48 people have so far been confirmed as injured – 43 children, the bus driver and four other adults who were on board.
Ten of those hurt are in a serious condition.
The crash happened as the bus drove around a left-hand bend, with authorities saying it was not immediately clear what caused the accident.
Police spokesman Christoph Kunkel said officers had been able to talk to the driver following the crash.
A large cordon has been erected around the scene as the incident is investigated, with the area closed to traffic.