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>> Rescue workers in Taiwan combing through twisted metal late on Monday after a massive bus crash that's left more than 30 people dead. Reports say the vehicle packed with elderly tourists careened toward a road barrier before flipping on its side. Though it's unclear precisely what cause the crash, most passengers were pronounced dead on the scene.
At least two more later in the hospital. Officials say at least a dozen people were being treated in facilities around the capital of Taipei. The trips tourism agency said many of the passengers were likely from Taiwan, where bus tragedies are not uncommon. Earlier this month, there were injuries when a bus carrying holiday makers crashed into a bridge.
And last year more than 20 Chinese tourists were killed in a murder suicide after their vehicle was set on fire by the driver.>>