Report: Bus accident kills 45 in India

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November 4, 2008 13:33

 
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A passenger bus rolled into a deep gorge near a popular north Indian skiing resort on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people, police said. The bus plunged 200 meters into a gorge near Kufri, nearly 320 kilometers north of New Delhi, said R.M. Sharma, the superintendent of police. Sharma said reckless driving appeared to be the cause of the accident. The bus driver was among the dead, he told The Associated Press.

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