Sunday May 31, 2020

At least 42 dead in road crash in south-west France

A truck and bus collided north or Bordeaux this morning killing more than 40 people after both vechicles burst into flames

23rd October, 2015
French crash has killed more than 40 people. Pic: Getty

At least 42 people have lost their lives in a road accident in south-west France this morning.

The crash, which happened at around 7.30am local time, is the worst the country has seen in over 30 years.

The accident happened when a bus collided with a truck near the village of Puisseguin, north of Bordeaux, at around 7.30am local time.

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