Mexico: More than 20 killed in fuel tanker-bus crash

Mexico: More than 20 killed in fuel tanker-bus crash
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At least 24 people were killed on Thursday in a crash involving a bus and a fuel tanker in southwest Mexico.

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At least 24 people were killed on Thursday in a crash involving a bus and a fuel tanker in southwest Mexico.

The tanker exploded after what has been described as a head-on collision near the Pacific coast. Nine people were injured. Some of the victims have serious burns.

Police said the bus was travelling to the coast when it was involved in the collision with the tanker, which had left the port of Lazaro Cardenas.

The cause of the accident was not immediately clear.

Mexico | At least 24 killed, 9 injured today in deadly traffic accident involving a bus and a fuel tanker truck. https://t.co/Vb0QELLGEwpic.twitter.com/LoeflVQrMq

— teleSUR English (@telesurenglish) 14 avril 2017

with Reuters

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