Fourteen people were killed and at least 38 injured in Colombia’s northern state of Antioquia after a bus slid off a road and fell into a ravine.
The incident happened yesterday afternoon and involved a local bus known as a "chiva".
Chiva buses are typically painted in bright colours and carry passengers inside and on top of the roof.
Local media reported that coffee growers, peasants and a man who was travelling to visit relatives were among the passengers killed.
Colonel Juan Carlos Torres of Antioquia’s police department says the bus fell almost 1,000 feet down a cliff after the driver lost control.
Nearby villagers helped rescuers search for survivors.
Two young children were also among the dead.