Car rams bus on Yamuna e-way, two tourists killed
The Times of India Delhi|October 25, 2021
The accident occurred around 8am at a spot 5km from the Zero Point
Avishek.Kumar@timesgroup.com

Greater Noida: Two tourists died and four, including three students from Congo, were injured after a Honda Civic cruising at 110kmph crashed into a mini bus parked off the Yamuna Expressway on Sunday morning.

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