At least 25 dead after bus plunges into gorge in northern India

At least 25 dead after bus plunges into gorge in northern india

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “At least 25 dead after bus plunges into gorge in northern India” – below is their description.

At least 25 people died after a bus carrying a wedding party of more than 45 fell into a 500-metre-deep gorge in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, police said on October 5, 2022. About 20 passengers were rescued in an overnight operation and at least 2 are in critical condition.

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