01 / 06

Portugal Bus Crash

Firefighters carry the body of a victim of a bus accident into a medical tent Wednesday night, June 17 2015, near the town of Albufeira in southern Portugal's Algarve region. Portuguese officials said that the bus, which was carrying 33 Dutch tourists who had arrived at the Faro airport , went off a highway and rolled over into a gully. (AP Photo/Luis Miguel Ferreira)

02 / 06

Portugal Bus Crash

Firefighters carry the body of a victim of a bus accident into a medical tent Wednesday night, June 17 2015, near the town of Albufeira in southern Portugal's Algarve region. Portuguese officials said that the bus, which was carrying 33 Dutch tourists who had arrived at the Faro airport , went off a highway and rolled over into a gully. (AP Photo/Luis Miguel Ferreira)

03 / 06

Portugal Bus Crash

Firefighters stand around a bus which went off a highway and rolled over into a gully Wednesday night, June 17 2015, near the town of Albufeira in southern Portugal's Algarve region. Portuguese officials said that the bus was carrying 33 Dutch tourists who had arrived at the Faro airport. (AP Photo/Luis Miguel Ferreira)

04 / 06

Portugal Bus Crash

Firefighters stand around a bus which went off a highway and rolled over into a gully Wednesday night, June 17 2015, near the town of Albufeira in southern Portugal's Algarve region. Portuguese officials said that the bus was carrying 33 Dutch tourists who had arrived at the Faro airport. (AP Photo/Luis Miguel Ferreira)

05 / 06

Portugal Bus Crash

A bus lies by the side of a highway after it went off the road and rolled over into a gully Wednesday night, June 17 2015, near the town of Albufeira in southern Portugal's Algarve region. Portuguese officials said that the bus was carrying 33 Dutch tourists who had arrived at the Faro airport. (AP Photo/Luis Miguel Ferreira)

06 / 06

Portugal Bus Crash

A firefighter pushes a stretcher next to a line of ambulances at the site of a bus crash Wednesday night, June 17 2015, near the town of Albufeira in southern Portugal's Algarve region. Portuguese officials said that the bus, which was carrying 33 Dutch tourists who had arrived at the Faro airport , went off a highway and rolled over into a gully. (AP Photo/Luis Miguel Ferreira)