Bus overturns injuring dozens in West Bank

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October 20, 2013 20:16

 
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Dozens were lightly hurt and one moderately hurt when an Egged bus overturned on highway 60 in the West Bank Sunday morning.

The driver of the 160 bus was moderately hurt, while a further 26 people, many of them children, were lightly hurt.

Judea and Samaria police said the bus was traveling from Al-Arub to the Gush Etzion junction when it veered out of its lane and flipped. Traffic investigators are still probing what caused the man to veer out of the lane police said Sunday night.


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