Between German and English, there are quite equivalent words “Fahrer” / “driver” and “Passagier” / “passenger”.
But German has another word “Insasse” which is used for anyone inside a car or bus, that is driver, passengers, possibly the bus conductor if there is one.
Is there an English word for this at all? (Google explains the word correctly, but then suggests “inmate” which is completely wrong.)
Example in English: In a terrific car accident, the driver and his three passengers died.
Equivalent to the German sentence: In a terrific car accident, all four (Insassen) died.