19 killed as bus plunges onto frozen river in Russia
02 December 2019 | 12:46 pm
Emergency responders work on the site where a passenger bus has plunged off a bridge onto a frozen river in Siberia on Sunday, killing 19 of the more than 40 people on board, authorities said.
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