Iran General NewsEighteen people die in road accident in south Iran

Eighteen people die in road accident in south Iran

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Reuters: A bus, a lorry and a car collided in southern Iran on Sunday, killing 18 people, police said.
At least 22 people were injured in the accident between the cities of Shiraz and Fasa in southern central Iran, state television quoted a police officer as saying. Reuters

TEHRAN – A bus, a lorry and a car collided in southern Iran on Sunday, killing 18 people, police said.

At least 22 people were injured in the accident between the cities of Shiraz and Fasa in southern central Iran, state television quoted a police officer as saying.

Iran has one of the highest road fatality rates in the world, averaging five deaths every two hours.

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