Thirty people killed in S.African bus accident


JOHANNESBURG, May 27 (Reuters) - Thirty people were killed when a bus crashed over a cliff into a river in South Africa's eastern Cape province, SAPA news agency reported on Tuesday. Emergency service spokesman Chris Botha said the bus landed upside down in the river after a 80-metre (262 feet) fall. Thirty people were killed with at least 30 other passengers trapped inside. "There are also about 30 people still trapped inside the bus and paramedics are also treating patients at the ...

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