In Bolivia, the result of a frontal collision of two buses killed 22 people, 37 received injuries of varying severity. About it reports Reuters with reference to local authorities.
The accident occurred on a winding mountain road that connects the towns of Oruro and potosí. Buses collided at a height of 3657 meters above sea level.
According to preliminary data, the cause of bloody accident was speeding by the driver of one vehicle. Also not excluded the version about the departure of one of the buses into the oncoming lane.
Accidents involving buses are all too common in Bolivia. This is due to the fact that many roads run through the highlands of the Andes and is literally carved into the steep slopes.