Some 24 British tourists whose coach crashed in Bulgaria could be in line for injury compensation after a judge ruled that the incident was caused by driver error.
The travellers were making their way from the airport to the ski resort of Borovets when the coach careered down a bank and overturned, causing multiple injuries to the passengers inside, Cambs 24 reports.
While package holiday provider Crystal/TUI UK initially claimed that the accident was caused by a gust a wind, a judge at Birmingham County Court recently forced it to accept liability.
Passenger Anthony Wilkinson told the paper: "I am so pleased with the result today, it is extremely good news for everyone involved in the accident.
"I feel that justice has finally been done."
It follows news that a woman who fell seriously ill on holiday after biting into a poisonous worm in her meal has received a record injury compensation payout of GBP 240,000.