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11 people killed in Bus crash in western Iran

| | tehran

Authorities say an overnight bus crash in western Iran has killed at least 11 people. State television reported on Wednesday that a tanker carrying tar crashed into the passenger bus in Sanandaj, a city in Iran’s Kurdistan province some 400 kilometers west of Tehran.

Authorities say the tanker ran into the bus just after it left a bus terminal in the city. Both vehicles burst into flames. Official say at least nine people were injured in the crash.

 
 
 
 
 

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