A passenger bus driving on National Highway 2B in Vinh Phuc Province, northern Vietnam crashed into a guard rail and fell into a cliff, injuring two of the dozens of people it was carrying on Sunday afternoon.
The bus, numbered 29B-029.74, was traveling with 30 people on board, including Hanoi-based driver Nguyen Quang Cuong and his assistant, in the direction from the province’s Tam Dao Town to Vinh Yen District before the accident happened at around 3:45 pm on the day.
After crashing through the guard rail on National Highway 2B, the bus fell off a cliff about two meters down the road surface.
Two people on board were injured and rushed to the hospital when the vehicle overturned, ending up in a badly damaged state.
Police in Vinh Phuc arrived at the scene shortly after to investigate the cause.