Baku, August 14, AZERTAC
At least 30 people have been killed after a passenger bus crashed on a mountain road in central Nepal, according to Aljazeera.
An additional 30 people were injured on Monday when the bus veered off a road in Kavrepalanchok district, plunging some 300 metres downhill, police spokesman Madhav Joshi told DPA news agency.
Fifteen of the injured were being treated at a hospital in the town of Dhulikhel, southeast of the capital, Kathmandu.
Poorly maintained vehicles, coupled with reckless driving and bad roads, lead to a number of fatal road accidents in Nepal every year.
In late July, nine people died when two passenger buses collided in southeastern Nepal.
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