More than 30 people had to be rescued after a Yellow Duckmarine tour bus in Liverpool’s Albert Dock sank and tourists were left stranded. A similar incident occurred just two months ago, in March. Seventeen people were taken to hospital with shock but all were later released. Credit: YouTube/dadlfc
Video: Liverpool Duck Bus sinks
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