bus full of Haj pilgrims crashed:In Saudi Arabia, a terrible bus accident has taken place. The bus, which was full of people going to Haj, first hit the bridge and then flipped over. When it fell over, it caught fire. The accident has killed 20 people.Follow for more updates:newsydrone.com
In the south-western part of Saudi Arabia, there was a painful accident. Where a bus full of people going to Haj first hit the bridge and then flipped over on the road. After the accident, the bus went on fire, and 20 people died quickly. There are also reports that the accident hurt more than 29 people.
Al-Ekhbariya TV, a Saudi news station, told PTI that at least 29 people were hurt in the bus crash on Tuesday morning. The burned-out bus can be seen in the picture of the crash that was shown on TV.
bus full of Haj pilgrims crashed
People say that the bus’s brakes failed, which led to the accident. The accident happened when the bus was going through Asir province, which is in the south-west and borders Yemen. No information has been given about the people who died in the accident.
The hurt people were taken to a nearby hospital
The Red Crescent team and emergency services were sent to the scene of the accident right away, and the hurt passengers were taken to a nearby hospital. Reports from the media say that many of the people on board are in very bad shape.
The bus was full of people who were all going to perform Umrah. On the bus were both people from the area and people from other countries. So far, no information about the people has been made public. In the video that was shared on social media, you can see that the burned-out parts of the bus are on the side of the road after the crash.
Hard to put out a fire
The whole bus caught fire after it hit the bridge. Because of the fire, it was also getting hard to save the people. The fire department team got the fire under control and then got the people and bodies out of the bus. The knowledge about how many people from which country are on the bus has not yet come to the forefront.