At least 29 people were killed in a bus crashing down a cliff in the mountains of Peru, South America.

On the main road of the Andes near Lima, the capital of Peru, a bus that was running fell down a cliff early in the morning of the 31st.

According to the Peruvian Ministry of Health, the accident has killed at least 29 people and injured 28 people in hospitals.

According to local media, police said that there were about 60 people on the bus at the time, and they ran at speeds exceeding the speed limit, collided with the slopes beside the road, and then fell down about 200 meters. It means that you can see it.

The bus left the town in the mountains of the Andes the night before and headed for the capital Lima, so according to the Japanese embassy in Peru, there is no information that the Japanese were damaged.

In Peru, a bus with miners just fell under a cliff last week, killing 16 people, and the challenge is to prevent accidents in mountainous areas with poor road conditions.