MADRID : Twelve people died when a coach plunged into a ravine in the Murcia region of southeast Spain, in the worst such accident in the country for six years, officials said Sunday. The coach carrying passengers from the village of Bullas back from the capital Madrid left the road and turned onto its side in a ravine just before midnight Saturday. The accident happened on the final stretch of the 400-kilometre (250-mile) journey, 50 kilometres from the village. The driver and his colleague tested negative for drugs and alcohol, the prefect of the region, Joaquin Bascunana, told the media.