February 14 A serious traffic accident occurred in the early morning of the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh on the 14th, killing 14 people and injuring 4.
Local police said that the accident occurred on a national highway in Kanur district, Andhra Pradesh.
A bus carrying 18 people suddenly crossed the quarantine line and collided with a truck coming from the opposite side.
The bus was towed by a truck for several meters before stopping.
According to Indian media reports, 14 of the 18 people on the bus died in the accident, and 4 others were seriously injured.
There were no casualties on the truck.
The dead are all residents of Chithur district in Andhra Pradesh, and the injured have been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Traffic accidents occur frequently in India due to bad road conditions and illegal operations such as speeding and overloading by drivers.
According to incomplete statistics, about 150,000 people die in traffic accidents in India every year.