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Bus filled with Chinese tourists crashes in Utah; four killed

Reuters Saturday, 21 September 2019
A bus carrying Chinese tourists careened off a road and crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah on Friday, killing four people and injuring the remaining 26 people aboard, several of them critically, authorities reported.
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Four Chinese tourists killed in a bus crash in southern Utah have been identified. CNN reports the four people were all from Shanghai and in their sixties. They died when the bus wrecked Friday on Utah Highway 12 near Bryce Canyon National Park. Officials say thirty people, including the driver, were...

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