At least 12 dead after fuel tanker collides with bus in Mexico

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At least 12 people died and eight were injured in a traffic collision on a highway in Salinas Victoria, Mexico, in the early morning of March 11, local media reported.

Nuevo Leon Gov. Jaime Rodriguez said a loaded fuel tanker collided with a bus.

The truck, loaded with 40,000 litres of diesel, caught fire and engulfed the overturned bus in flames, trapping some passengers.

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