A passenger bus crashes into a tunnel wall in China, leaving 14 dead and 37 injured.

Tuesday’s disaster happened on the Hubei expressway in the Shanxi province of north China; numerous victims were treated at the hospital.

In Shanxi province in north China, a passenger bus crashed into a tunnel wall on Tuesday, killing 14 people and injured 37 more, Chinese official media said on Wednesday.

As per the reports from state broadcaster CCTV news, the collision occurred on the Hubei expressway around 2:37 p.m. (0637 GMT) and numerous individuals were hospitalized for treatment.
In a related incident, the local public security bureau in Taizhou, in the Zhejiang province of east China, reported that a car collided with a crowd at a vocational school on Tuesday, resulting in three fatalities and sixteen injuries, as reported by Xinhua News.

That event at the Taizhou Vocational and Technical College happened at approximately 11:20 a.m. (0320 GMT). According to the report, the injured are in stable condition.

It was the most recent fatal vehicle accident that happened near a Chinese school. In a residential area in Dezhao in Shandong province, eastern China, on March 1, a car crashed into a group of people, resulting in two fatalities and multiple injuries, according to state media.

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