On the Pan-American Highway in the southern region of Colombia, a bus overturned, causing at least 20 persons to pass away and 15 more to sustain injuries. When the event took place on Saturday, the bus was traveling between the port city of Tumaco, which is located in the southwestern region of Colombia, and the city of Cali, which is located 320 kilometers (200 miles) to the northeast.
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Captain Albertland Agudelo of the Narino department’s traffic police said, “Unfortunately, we have a toll of 20 persons dead.” There was a girl who was three years old and a boy who was eight years old who were both hurts. According to a message that was sent to local reporters by Colonel Oscar Lamprea, who serves as the head of traffic and transportation in the region, investigators are looking into the possibility of “mechanical problems in the brake system.”
According to a preliminary report, the driver lost control of the vehicle after emerging off a curve in an area that was hazy. Nine hours passed before rescue workers from the police department and the fire department was able to right the overturned vehicle, remove the injured, and locate the deceased.
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