NewsUSAAt least four dead after overturning a bus in Canada

At least four dead after overturning a bus in Canada

At least four people have been killed and dozens injured after a bus overturned on Christmas Eve in the Canadian province of British Columbia due to snow and bad weather conditions.

Highway 97C, where the accident occurred, is a section that stretches for 224 kilometers from Cache Creek to Kelowna, in the Okanagan Valley, the third largest metropolitan area in British Columbia, as reported by the CBC.

The accident, which occurred around 8:20 a.m. local time on Saturday east of Merritt near Loon Lake, injured more than 50 people, temporarily closing the road in both directions.

Read Also:   The Mexican authorities put more than one million attendees at the demonstration called by AMLO

Local authorities have confirmed this Sunday that at least eight patients have been in different hospitals in Penticton, Kelowna and Kamloops since early Sunday morning, including two in serious condition and two with moderate injuries, as reported by the newspaper ‘The Globe and Mail ‘.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest Posts

Read More

Fox News producer files lawsuit against network

Posted at 11:05 ET (15:05 GMT) Tuesday, March 21,...

Washington welcomes spring with cherry blossoms

washington — Thousands of tourists from all over come...

2 teens killed in sledding accident in Copper Mountain, Colorado

(CNN) -- Two teenagers who were on spring break...