Police say at least 46 people were killed when a truck carrying farmers plunged 650 feet (200 meters) into a ravine in Bolivia's southern Andes. Col. Julio Sepcel says about 60 people were aboard the truck when it went off a cliff Tuesday about 30 miles (50 kilometers) from the city of Potosi. Sepcel says that 11 people were injured. The 46 dead included five children. Police declined to give a cause for the crash, but witnesses told local media the truck was speeding before the crash.