A BRITISH man has been killed when the minibus he was driving crashed in Belgium.
Sixteen other passengers were injured, including a 15-year-old boy who is fighting for his life, after the accident in the city of Antwerp.
The scene of a the accident which killed the British driver of a minibus[/caption]
The accident happened at a junction at around 3.30am on Sunday morning.
The minibus first hit a car but failed to stop and continued on its journey, hln.be reports.
It is believed the driver then lost control of the steering when attempting to turn towards the Antwerp ring road.
The minibus then grazed a tram pole and fell onto its side.
The 15-year-old boy was last reported to be in a life-threatening condition in Sint Vincentius Hospital in the Belgian city.
The driver of the BMW involved in the minor collision was also taken to hospital after he went into shock when he saw the minibus crash.
Wouter Bruyns of the Antwerp Police told local media: “The driver of the BMW followed the bus but stopped when he saw a police car.
“The man reported the collision, and the police patrol pursued the bus.
“When the patrol arrived at the intersection of Sint-Bernardsesteenweg and Generaal Armstrongweg, the bus was already on its side.
“Most of the passengers were lightly injured but still taken to the hospital.
“A 15-year-old is so seriously injured that he is in critical condition.
“Unfortunately, all help came too late for the driver. He died on the spot.”
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