25 dead after bus plunges into ravine in Indonesia


At least 25 people have been killed and 13 others injured after a bus plunged into a ravine in Indonesia’s South Sumatra province.

The vehicle crashed into a concrete road barrier before falling into a 150-metre ravine and ending up in a river.

The accident happened in a remote area near the town of Pagar Alam on Monday night.

Search and rescue teams have been deployed to look for survivors.

The bus had left Bengkulu city and was heading for Palembang.

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