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After the crash of a Brazilian bus, the driver abandoned the car and fled. The body fell from a high altitude, killing 16 people and injuring 27

After the crash of a Brazilian bus, the driver abandoned the car and fled. The body fell from a high altitude, killing 16 people and injuring 27

December 5th – On December 4th, local time, in the state of Minas Gerais in southeastern Brazil, a bus crashed with a truck and crashed from a 45-foot (nearly 14 meters) high place, killing at least 16 people and injuring 27.

According to the Daily Mail on the 4th, the accident occurred at about 1:30 p.m. when the bus was driving on the BR-381 highway in Saint Monlevard and collided with a truck. The huge impact caused the bus to leave the lane, and the body swayed near the damaged concrete guardrail, and then fell from the fall.

Preliminary reports from the Federal Highway Patrol showed that the driver abandoned the car and fled, when there were still passengers in the car. According to the report, the bus driver also tried to reverse the car. Witnesses said that at least four people left the bus before it crashed.

Video shows the car wreckage still burning as firefighters search for survivors in the area. The injured passengers, including two children, were urgently airlifted to a nearby hospital for emergency treatment.

This is the second fatal accident in Brazil in a week. On December 2, a bus and a truck collided in Tagay, São Paulo, Brazil, killing 42 people. Forty people were declared dead on the spot, and two others died in the local hospital.

The Brazilian bus crashed from a height of more than ten meters and caused dozens of deaths and injuries.

Dozens of deaths and injuries continued to scream at the scene] On December 4, local time, in Minas Gerais, southeast Brazil, a bus and a bus After the truck collided, it fell from a height of 45 feet (nearly 14 meters), killing at least 16 people and injuring 27 others. 

The accident happened at about 1:30 pm, when the bus was driving on the BR-381 highway in San Monlevard and collided with a truck. The huge impact caused the bus to leave the driveway, the body swayed near the damaged concrete guardrail, and then fell. 

A preliminary report from the Federal Highway Patrol indicated that the driver abandoned the car and fled with passengers on board. 

According to reports, the bus driver also tried to reverse. Witnesses said that at least four people left the bus before it fell.

When firefighters searched for survivors in the area, the wreckage of the car was still burning. 

The injured passengers, including two children, were urgently airlifted to a nearby hospital in critical condition.

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