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Three Dead, Four Missing In China Tourist Bus Accident

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Three people died and four remained missing when a tourist bus lost control after being hit by a stone, rolled off a mountain on Thursday in southwest China’s Sichuan Province.

The accident happened around 2.05 p.m. on a road in the county of Songpan in Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture.

The bus, carrying 30 people, slipped to the roadside grass after being hit.


So far, three people have been killed, with 18 injured.

Four are missing, according to the county government.

The injured persons have been taking to the hospital and rescue is underway.

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[ @iam_alibs: ] Three people died and four remained missing when a tourist bus lost control after being hit by a stone, rolled off a mountain on Thursday in southwest China’s Sichuan Province.

The accident happened around 2.05 p.m. on a road in the county of Songpan in Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture.

The bus, carrying 30 people, slipped to the roadside grass after being hit.


So far, three people have been killed, with 18 injured.

Four are missing, according to the county government.

The injured persons have been taking to the hospital and rescue is underway.

so bad

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I am a smart,simple and religious person
Dis-hearthening.. painful
Rest in peace to the deaceased

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[ @iam_alibs: ] Three people died and four remained missing when a tourist bus lost control after being hit by a stone, rolled off a mountain on Thursday in southwest China’s Sichuan Province.

The accident happened around 2.05 p.m. on a road in the county of Songpan in Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture.

The bus, carrying 30 people, slipped to the roadside grass after being hit.


So far, three people have been killed, with 18 injured.

Four are missing, according to the county government.

The injured persons have been taking to the hospital and rescue is underway.

rip

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May their soul rest in peace

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watin be my business

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thats bad for image, business and lives. hope things get better. may their soul rest in peace

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[ @iam_alibs: ] Three people died and four remained missing when a tourist bus lost control after being hit by a stone, rolled off a mountain on Thursday in southwest China’s Sichuan Province.

The accident happened around 2.05 p.m. on a road in the county of Songpan in Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture.

The bus, carrying 30 people, slipped to the roadside grass after being hit.


So far, three people have been killed, with 18 injured.

Four are missing, according to the county government.

The injured persons have been taking to the hospital and rescue is underway.

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God grant the deeased ones eternal rest in his bosom. amen

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Good ones. The new updates information

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Really sad one

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What is really happening in this world na ????????????

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may the dead find solace in GOD enteral grace, and the injured quick recovery

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this is bad

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joshbobo
Rest in peace

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o lord our God,continue to save us IJN.Amen

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May their souls rest in peace

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Thank you for the news about the word tourist

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