– 44 people were reported killed in northern India when a passenger bus crashed into a ravine in Uttarakhand state.

Reporting from Channel News Asia, Monday (2/7/2018), the police have not been able to determine the cause of this accident.

“The search and rescue workers are at the crash site located in Pauri Garhwal district in northeastern New Delhi,” police said.

But an official from India’s disaster management, Deepesh Chandra Kala said that the bus lost control and went into the abyss.

In the incident, 44 people were reported killed and three others suffered serious injuries and are now hospitalized.

“44 people were killed in the accident, at least three others were injured, rescue work is still in progress, buses lost control and out of the way, into a deep valley The bus broke into two parts by impact and is now caught in a creek at the bottom of the valley, “Deepesh said.

Indian state is known denya has many road conditions that directly adjacent to the abyss.