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Planes Trains And Automobiles DOOM! 47 Dead Zimbabwe Bus Crash Days After The Chongqing Bus Crash Killing 13.....Up Next..... PLANE Crash & TRAIN Crash.....


Another DOOM event involving a Bus:
  1. Planes
  2. Trains 
  3. Automobiles i.e. Bus

08 NOVEMBER 2018

47 DEAD AS TWO BUSES COLLIDE IN ZIMBABWE

HARARE, ZIMBABWE: Forty-seven people were killed in Zimbabwe Wednesday when two buses collided on a road between the capital Harare and the eastern town of Rusape, police told AFP. "We confirm 47 people have died in a road traffic accident at the 166-kilometre peg along the Harare-Mutare highway," police spokesman Paul Nyathi said.       On Twitter, the state-run Herald newspaper said pictures from the scene were too graphic to post.  The paper said the morgue at the local public hospital in Rusape had run out of space and sought help from a private funeral parlour to take in some of the corpses.   Traffic accidents are common in Zimbabwe, where roads are riddled with potholes due to years of underfunding and neglect, but the highway where the accident occurred had been recently resurfaced.  Source 

28 OCTOBER 2018 

FOOTAGE FROM INSIDE Chongqing BUS PLUNGING INTO RIVER


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