At least 30 killed in southern Egypt bus crash
More than a dozen were also injured when two buses collided on a desert highway outside the town of Edfu
At least thirty people died in a bus crash in southern Egypt early on Monday, security sources said.
More than a dozen were also injured when two buses collided on a desert highway outside the town of Edfu, north of Aswan, the sources said.
A third bus then smashed into the wreckage, the sources added.
Hundreds die and thousands are injured every year in Egyptian road accidents, often caused by reckless driving and poor roads.
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