British holidaymaker, 34, dies after being hit by a bus in Ibiza
- Unnamed 34-year-old pronounced dead at the scene of the accident last night
- The bus driver, 50-year-old Spaniard, afterward passed breath and alcohol tests
- It happened at about 10.30pm last night near Ibiza’s party resort of San Antonio
A British holidaymaker has died after being hit by a bus in Ibiza.
The unnamed 34-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident on a roundabout near the party resort of San Antonio.
The tragedy happened around 10.30pm last night.
The bus driver, a 50-year-old Spaniard, passed breath and alcohol tests.
Civil Guard officers are still investigating and will pass a report to a local investigating judge.
The unnamed 34-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident on a roundabout near the party resort of San Antonio (pictured)
The man was a pedestrian, although initial reports wrongly identified him as a motorist.
It was not immediately clear where he was heading to on foot when he was run over and killed.
He had no ID on him when he was hit but Civil Guard officers are said to have managed to establish his identity and inform his relatives early this morning.
The exact spot where he died was the EI-30 road in an area known as Ses Paisses, near a roundabout of the same name.
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Paramedics were sent to the scene, but could do nothing to save the holidaymaker, who ended up underneath the bus.
In February a 75-year-old pedestrian died in the village of Jesus near Ibiza Town after being hit by a lorry.
Last August 21-year-old Scot holidaymaker Kenny MacNicol was killed after being knocked down as he crossed a road between San Antonio and Ibiza Town.
The tragedy happened near the entrance to a tunnel by the small village of San Rafael.
Civil Guard officers are still investigating and will pass a report to a local investigating judge. Pictured: San Antonio in Ibiza
Kenny’s heartbroken sister Kirsten told afterwards how she would ‘never stop loving’ him in a social media tribute.
She said: ‘My heart’s torn to piece…broken…I can’t find words to describe this feeling of losing my beautiful little brother.’
Kenny, of Cardonald, Glasgow, had only jetted to Ibiza hours earlier with a group of male friends.
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