Four killed in southern Egypt road accident

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August 5, 2007 02:17

 
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A tourist bus collided with a truck in southern Egypt Saturday, killing one Spanish woman and three Egyptians and wounding 37 other Spanish tourists, a police official said. The bus was traveling from Aswan to the ancient Abu Simbel temple near the Sudanese border when the truck slammed into it, the official said. The truck driver, his assistant and the bus tour guide were killed along with the Spanish tourist, according to the official. The wounded tourists were transferred to Awsan hospital for treatment, he added.


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