1. COLLISION

    Chinese Bus Crash Kills Dozens

    Police and rescuers remove the bodies from a burnt out double-decker sleeper bus after a collision with a tanker near Yanan in northern China's Shaanxi province on August 26, 2012.  At least 36 people died in the fiery collision between a methanol tanker and a double-decker sleeper bus in China's worst traffic accident in more than a year.      CHINA OUT      AFP PHOTO        (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/GettyImages)

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    A crash involving a bus and a methanol tanker killed 36 people in China on Sunday, state media reported. Only three people are reported to have survived. The traffic incident in China, where accidents involving automobiles are among the leading causes of death, came on a highway at about 2 a.m. On average, 100,000 people have died per year in accidents on China’s roads over the last decade.

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