Rescue and recovery efforts are ongoing in southern Italy after at least 36 people were killed when a bus crashed into a ravine late Sunday night. Officials say there were 48 passengers on the coach that was enroute to Naples when it plunged 15 meters off a viaduct. Bodies and coffins could be seen lined up on the road. Eleven people were pulled out of the wreck alive and are being treated for injuries. There were several other vehicles involved in the accident, officials said, describing the situation as dramatic.
July 29 - At least 36 people are dead after a bus plunged off a viaduct in Italy. Julie Noce reports. ( Transcript )
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