The death toll from a bus crash in a river in Spain has risen to four.

Spain’s local rescue service said the death toll from a bus crash in the Lires River in the northwest of the country has risen to four.

And Spanish media reported that a bus plunged into the Lires River in the Spanish province of Pontevedra on Saturday evening, leaving two people dead, three missing and two others escaping.

According to the rescue service’s Twitter account: “We confirm that four people have died and two have been injured.”

The Spanish newspaper Pais, citing the bus driver, said that eight other passengers were on the bus at the time of the accident, which led to the death of three more, and the driver passed the test for alcohol and drugs with a negative result. Results.

According to the publication, the bus fell into the river from a 75-meter bridge, rescuers continue to work on the spot, but due to the flood of the Liris River, the search for the missing passengers has become more complicated.

Source: News

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