At least 20 children were killed in South Africa bus accident

The authorities are unaware of the reason for the clash between the bus and the truck, while both ambulances and rescue workers are in place the event in search of survivors. | Photo: @ER24EMS

At least 20 children and two adults were killed Friday after the coalitions of the school bus where they were transported, the fact occurred on the outskirts of the capital of South Africa, in Pretoria, according to the services of emergency medical (ER24).
“Is confirmed the death of 20 children,” said Russel Meiring, spokesman for the emergency services ER24, while ambulances and rescue vehicles moved to the place.

[UPDATE] – The number of fatalities from the R25 collision has once again risen and confirmed at 20 children. @ewnupdates @eNCA @JacaNews – ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd. (@ER24EMS) April 21, 2017 authorities report that bus collided for reasons still unknown with a truck on a road between the cities of Bronkhorstspruit and Verena, about 70 kilometres from Pretoria.

It is with great sadness to inform that a minibus transporting learners was involved in a horrific accident @Lesufi – Gauteng Education (@EducationGP) April 21, 2017 > at least 24 killed by bus accident in the Philippines also pointed out that several children were trapped inside the bus that was dump on the road, while others could be removed by people who came to the scene of the accident.

The crash also claimed the lives of 2 adults, including the driver #LearnerAccident @Lesufi @Steve_Mabona – Gauteng Education (@EducationGP) 21 April 2017 in a statement issued by the ER24 explained that “wounded children received health care in place before being transferred to several hospitals in the area”.
> 24 killed by car crash in Mexico on the other hand, Panyaza Lesufi, local education Minister, confirmed the figure of the provisional death toll in your Twiiter account, while several ambulances and local leaders are in place the event in search of survivors.

I am saddened – Panyaza Lesufi (@Lesufi) April 21, 2017