Bus with tourists crashed into a bridge in Rome

A tourist bus with passengers crashed into a railway bridge in the South of Rome Sunday, August 13. According to la Repubblica, injured 18 people, three of them received severe injuries.

It is reported that the driver did not pay attention to road signs and tried to drive under a bridge, the height of which was 50 centimetres lower than the roof of the bus.

The bus was carrying tourists from France and the UK, among them many children. The driver was not injured. The train traffic was not interrupted,

21 January in Verona in northeast Italy, a major accident took the lives of 16 people. Hungarian bus crashed into a pole, then caught fire. In the vehicle there were 55 people, 39 of whom were injured. Among the passengers was a group of teenagers 14-18 years, returning to Budapest.