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Xinhua | Updated:2013-08-10 09:06HEFEI – At least 10 people have died and 34 others are injured after a coach hit the back of a heavy-loaded truck on an expressway in East Chinas Anhui province Friday morning, the Hefei municipal government said.Rescuers carry a victim out of the coach crashed in a road accident in Hefei city, the capital of East Chinas Anhui province, Aug 9, 2013. The first five rows of seats were crushed after bricks loaded onto the truck toppled the bus. At least 10 people died and 34 were injured. [Photo/Xinhua]The 53-seater coach was en route from Shanghai to Yingshang county in Anhui when it hit the truck, which was loaded with bricks, on Hefei-Huainan Expressway at 3:45 am, according to an initial investigation by the Hefei authority.The coachs first five rows of seats were crushed and buried under fallen bricks from the truck.All the casualties were on the coach. Among the injured, three are in critical condition.Police said the coach was traveling illegally. Since last year, coaches are not allowed to provide long-distance passenger services on expressways between 2 and 5 am to prevent severe road accidents.Previous1 2 3 4 NextPrevious1 2 3 4 NextRelated StoriesTrain collision injures dozens in SwitzerlandOne killed, 30 injured in Argentina train collision7 missing after ship collisions on Yangtze12 Mainlanders injured in Taiwan bus collision9 dead, 29 injured in N China collisionPhotoPolar icebreaker Snow Dragon arrives in AntarcticXis vision on shared future for humanityAir Force units explore new airspaceMacao Light Festival 2017 unveiledCrew members of high-speed trains linking Xian, ChengduFree trade studies agreed on as Li meets with Canadian PM TrudeauProfile: Xi Jinping and his eraDecoding Xis reportLatestEateries reassure customers after inspectionsAgency ensuring natural gas supplyPudong sets the pace for high-tech growthCybersecurity threat could cause damage beyond imaginationWorldwide manhunt nets 50th fugitiveState Council NewsPremier Li urges information integration to serve the publicPremier Li urges information disclosure on public resource allocationExclusiveXis vision on shared future for humanityDialogue links global political partiesHow expats are making their Chinese dream come trueEditors picksBeijing limits signs attached to top of buildings across cityVeteran freight locomotive now leads passenger trainsTen photos you dont wanna missTen photos from across China: Nov 24-30SpecialDiscovering HainanCPC encyclopediaBACK TO THE TOPHOMECHINAWORLDBUSINESSLIFESTYLECULTURETRAVELWATCHTHISSPORTSOPINIONREGIONALFORUMNEWSPAPERChina Daily PDFChina Daily E-paperMOBILECopyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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