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Elephant Dies After Rammed By Tour Bus

Posted on August 30, 2017
Photo via PEXELS user freestockpro.com
Photo via PEXELS user freestockpro.com

KUALA TERENGGANU, Malaysia — It was a rude awakening for 32 senior citizens when the chartered bus they were traveling in rammed into an elephant at dawn, killing the pachyderm.

A passenger onboard the bus, who wished to be identified only as Madam Chong, said they were fast asleep when the were jolted from the impact.

New Straits Times article here

Related Topics: accidents, Asian operators, bus crash, charter and tour, international, passenger safety

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