At least 35 people were killed when a bus plunged into a ravine in Indonesia, officials said in a new toll Thursday, making it one of the most deadly bus accidents in recent years. A rescue team in Indonesia’s island of Sumatra on Thursday continued the search for a third day to find more bodies after seven new victims were found in a river late on Wednesday. Spokesman for a local rescue team in South Sumatra Taufan, who only goes by one name like many Indonesians, said Thursday that of the 35 people killed, 16 were male and 19 female.
Posts from the same category:
- Driver arrested after 39 found dead in truck near London
- 33 bodies recovered after California dive boat disaster
- Two More Bodies Found at Tijuana Property Where Missing California Couple Were Buried Under the Dirt Floor
- Flash floods triggered by rain kill 15 people in NW Pakistan
- Ancient Handholding Skeletons Are Men but Italy Won’t Say Gay