At least 34 are killed in a bus crash in Madagascar 

Twelve burned bodies were found at the crash site near Madagascar's captital Hospitals said that 22 other deaths had been confirmed after the late-night crash The bus had plunged down a ravine  45 miles north of the capital Antananarivo Photographs of the crash showed the bus upside down and badly damaged 

By Kelly Mclaughlin For Mailonline

Published: 18:56 BST, 1 August 2017 | Updated: 18:56 BST, 1 August 2017

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At least 34 people died when a bus carrying young Christian worshippers plunged down a steep ravine in central Madagascar, police and hospital officials said Tuesday.

Police said 12 badly burned bodies were counted at the site, 45 miles (70 kilometres) north of the capital Antananarivo.

Hospitals said that 22 other deaths had been confirmed after the late-night crash 

Police said 12 badly burned bodies were counted at the site of the fiery crash in Madagascar, 45 miles north of the capital Antananarivo. Another 22 deaths have been confirmed

Police said 12 badly burned bodies were counted at the site of the fiery crash in Madagascar, 45 miles north of the capital Antananarivo. Another 22 deaths have been confirmed

'The bus struggled to climb a road on a hill and fell down a ravine about 20 metres deep,' police

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