Disaster In Peru

Disaster in Peru: 20 dead in a bus accident in the country

At least 20 people were killed and about 20 injured in a bus accident in the Andes mountains in Peru. In South Africa, twenty mine workers were killed after the bus they were traveling in caught fire

Illustration (photo: Eduardo Vidal Gutierrez, Shutterstock.)

Chain of disasters: About 20 people were killed today (Monday) and another 20 passengers were injured in a bus accident in the Andes mountains.

Another tragedy occurred in South Africa when at least twenty mine workers were killed after the workers' bus caught fire spontaneously as a result of an accident. The incident took place in Limpopo province, during a night trip from the local mine, the workers' shuttle collided head-on with a truck, according to eyewitnesses, the collision was not powerful, but a few seconds later the bus caught fire and began to burn, regaining control within seconds.

The district's traffic department has confirmed that so far at least 20 dead have been identified at the scene of the incident, with two more killed after arriving at the hospital. According to reports, the accident occurred on a major road between the city of Musina and the Venetia Mine, the largest diamond mining mine in the south of the continent.

Earlier today in Iran, a violent explosion took place this morning in the city of Gorgan in the north of the country - this was reported by the country's media. The authorities and law enforcement confirmed the incident shortly after, and began investigating the circumstances of the incident.

Documents published in the local media show a burnt bone that fell on the road following the explosion - which, according to estimates, may be the remains of a drone. Damage was also reported to shops in the area of the explosion, and many residents said that the windows of their houses and cars were shattered. Many security forces were deployed near the scene, and the circumstances of the aforementioned incident are being investigated.

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