Dramatic Japan highway accident kills driver, injures 45
10 June 2017 | 6:00 pm
A passenger vehicle swerved and flipped across a Japanese highway Saturday and crashed into a bus in the oncoming lane, killing the car's driver and injuring 45 people in the bus.
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