Emergency services in Malaysia are continuing their search for victims of a bus crash which killed at least 37 people.
The bus, carrying dozens of passengers plunged into a 60 metre deep ravine after going out of control in the Genting Highlands in Pahan.
Sixteen passengers were rescued alive.
It’s thought to be one of the country’s deadliest road disasters.
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