AT LEAST two have been left dead and 30 injured after a bus flipped on a bend leaving passengers trapped inside.
A tour bus in Thailand carrying over 60 travellers overturned near the “100 corpse curve” of Turtle Mountain.
Two people have reportedly died and more than 30 have been left injured in the horror accident.
The injured were initially treated at nearby hospitals before being transferred to the regional hospital in Kanchanaburi province.
The deceased were identified as one male and one female, but the conditions of the estimated 30 injured passengers still remain unclear.
Officials from the area joined with national park officials and several members of the Kanchan Foundation, who brought cutting tools and blankets to transport the injured for initial treatments at nearby hospitals.
The Governor of Kanchanaburi province, Colonel Thotsaphon Chaiyakomin, and the District Chief of Srisawat, Thanayot Hirunyanetr, immediately dispatched emergency services to assist with the situation.
The bus was carrying the 60 tourists from Ang Thong province to the Tha Kradan area in Srisawat district when the nightmare accident took place.
Local media has reported that updates on the incident will be provided as further information becomes available.