Bus Overturns & Crashes in Mexico, Killing 14 and Injuring 31

In a terrible bus accident in Mexico, fourteen people have been killed, and thirty-one others are wounded. Reportedly, injured individuals were sent to hospitals in “code red” conditions, suggesting the number of casualties might rise.

On Sunday, near the capital’s outskirts, a bus flipped over on the El CapulĂ­n-Chalma route. A vast white bus was on its side, obstructing the path, as seen in the terrifying photographs from the incident.

The bus was carrying religious pilgrims from Guanajuato to the Chalma sanctuary.

The number of road accidents in Mexico has steadily increased since 2020. The National Statistics Institute reports that in 2022, over 377,200 claims were filed in this area.

On Saturday, a truck in Oaxaca, a state in southern Mexico, drove over three migrants, killing them instantly.

A tragic accident on February 24 in the north-central state of San Luis Potosi claimed the lives of ten persons, four of whom were children.

A passenger bus and a freight truck collided head-on in January, resulting in at least 19 fatalities and 22 injuries. According to reports, the driver has evaded capture.

Tragically, a highway accident in the municipality of Elota, close to the coastal city of Mazatlan in northern Mexico, reportedly claimed the lives of around 50 individuals on board.

The bus was en route from Guadalajara, in Jalisco, a state in western Mexico, to Los Mochis, in Sinaloa.

Both buses and the truck allegedly caught fire when the bus crashed into it.

A Mexican passenger bus crashed last year, killing at least 29 passengers as it went 80 feet into a ravine.

A car crash in San Luis Potosi, a state in central northern Mexico, killed ten persons on February 24. Four of the victims were under the age of 18.

Three migrants were killed on Saturday in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca when a truck ran them over. The local news reported this incident. The culprit is still on the loose.