Dozens on people were killed in the bus crash which occurred in Western India Yesterday.
The pre-dawn accident happened in the Khed area of Ratnagiri district, 350km south of Mumbai.
“The bus was speeding and the driver probably lost control at the turning ahead of the bridge. It is unclear whether the driver was drunk,” Mahendra Singh Pardesi, head of the Khed police station, said.
The bus was travelling from the holiday state of Goa to Mumbai.
Most of the injured, including the driver, sustained head and arm injuries and were undergoing treatment
at a local hospital, he said.
A bus packed with passengers crashed through a guard rail and plunged off a bridge in western India killing at least 37 people and injuring 15.
The overnight bus was carrying passengers from the beach resort state of Goa to Mumbai when it crashed in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, according to AP.
The area is about 200 kms south of Mumbai.
Among those injured in the pre-dawn accident was the driver of the bus.
The cause of the accident is not immediately clear.