new delhi - In a bus accident in western India, at least 32 people were killed early Saturday morning (local time). Another ten people were injured.
The accident occurred in the West Indian state of Rajasthan. The bus drove in a catch-up of a bridge and ended up in a river for an unclear cause. The vehicle was on its way from a train station to the town of Lalsot, about 300 kilometers south of New Delhi.
India is one of the countries with the most deaths in the world. Common causes are poor overcrowded roads, defective vehicles and driving too fast. According to the Indian Ministry of Transport, more than 146,000 people died in traffic on Indian roads in 2015.