A bus crash in Tunisia left 22 people dead in a traffic accident Sunday in the northwest region of the country.
It appeared the bus crashed into a metal barrier and plummeted into a valley, according to a statement from the Tunisia Ministry of Interior. The bus, owned by a local travel agency, was carrying 43 passengers on a recreational tour from Tunis to Ain Draham.
The 21 passengers who survived the crash were injured and taken to hospitals in the region, the ministry said.
Ain Draham, a local tourist spot renowned for its mountainous reliefs on the border with Algeria, is located about 115 miles west of Tunis.