At least 21 people die in road accident in Bolivia

The accident occurred on a winding dirt road in a mountainous region. "In that area, the road is no more than four meters," Sabino García of Morochata's rural radio station told Associated Press.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a preliminary police report, at least 21 people were killed. Ten others were injured Monday afternoon when the bus they were traveling in fell into a ravine in a rural area of central Bolivia.

Rescue efforts were continuing into Monday (6). The injured were being taken to medical centers in the city of Quillacollo city, said area Transit police chief Major Helsner Torrico. "We have counted 21 people dead, among them three minors," he said.

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