Publish dateSaturday 30 March 2024 - 10:39
Story Code : 288057
A passenger bus fell into a valley in South Africa, killing 45 people
The media has reported that 45 Easter pilgrims in South Africa have died as a result of the car carrying them falling into a valley.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): 45 people died after a bus carrying worshipers going to the Easter conference fell from a bridge near Mamatlakala in Limpopo province of South Africa.

The only survivor of this incident is an eight-year-old girl who was airlifted to the hospital.

According to CNN, the South African Transport Authority announced in a statement: The passengers of this bus were pilgrims who were going from Gaborone (the capital of Botswana, neighboring South Africa) to a church in Limpopo Province in South Africa.

According to a statement from the South African Transport Authority, the only survivor of the incident is an eight-year-old girl who was airlifted to hospital.

This statement adds: According to reports, the driver lost control and the bus fell on a rocky surface about 50 meters below the bridge and caught fire.

In a statement, Sindisiwe Chikonga, the Minister of Transport of South Africa, also expressed his sympathy and condolences to the families affected by the accident and said: We continue to recommend responsible driving with greater vigilance.
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