Bus accident kills at least 24 in Peru – transportation company
19 September 2023 | 4:28 am
At least 24 people were killed in a passenger bus accident in Peru on Monday (September 18), according to the company operating the vehicle. A representative for the company Molina Union, Scarlet Bueno, told Reuters that at least 24 people had died, but did not give further details.
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