Knysna bus 'went through barrier'

2011-08-24 11:07
Cape Town - A school bus that went into a river in Knysna appeared to “have gone through the barrier” of a bridge and then landed up in the water, ER24 said on Wednesday.

The death toll from the accident now stands at 14.

ER24’s Andre Visser told News24 that divers were still searching the water for victims.

Visser could not say how many how many injured children had been taken to hospital but did say that most of the injured only had minor injuries such as scrapes and bruises and sore necks and backs.

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