Monday, October 20, 2014   

30 dead in Thai bus crash
(03-25 11:51)

Officials say a double-decker bus carrying municipal workers on a field trip plunged off a steep road into a ravine in western Thailand, killing at least 30 people.
A provincial official in Tak, said another 22 people were injured. The collision happened when the driver tried to pass other cars on a steep, winding mountain road.
The bus slid off the mountain road and then flipped several times before crashing into a tree. The driver told authorities the brakes stopped working.

   
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