British coach crashes into house

Nobody was injured in the incident that occurred in the sleepy West Flemish village of Kemmel because nobody was aboard the vehicle when it crashed.

A British coach crashed into a house in the village of Kemmel on Thursday night. The area is often frequented by British tourists visiting Great War sites in the area. There was no driver on board the vehicle at the time of the incident.

The coach was parked on the car park of a holiday centre when it suddenly took off of its own accord. There was nobody on board the coach at the time either. It remains unclear why the vehicle started moving on the sloping car park. It first crashed into a number of waste containers and then into a house.

Nobody was injured but the fire brigade has had to shore up the building. The house's kitchen is completely destroyed.