32 peoples were killed when a bus fell down in a 50 meter deep ravine in Phetachbun in Thailand on 29 December 2013. The incident happened when the bus carrying passengers crashed into the guard rail of a bridge. The bridge has the tallest supporting pillars in Thailand.
The bus from Khon Kaen was heading to Chiang Rai province.
As per the latest report of World Health Organisation (WHO), Thailand saw some 38.1 road deaths per 100000 of population. As against this, South-east Asian countries have an average of 18.5 as a whole.
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