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At least four people are dead and multiple others critically injured after a tour bus with a driver and 30 passengers aboard crashed outside Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah.

Multiple air ambulances, rescue crews and other emergency responders were headed to the crash on State Route 12, the main highway to the entrance of the park, which is located in central Utah.

The article goes on to state the following:

The highway was closed and officials asked motorists to avoid the area if possible to make room for emergency vehicles, according to the Utah Highway Patrol’s Twitter account.

Below are multiple updates and photos posted on Twitter by the Utah Highway Patrol, followed by a Facebook post from the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office.

The Sheriff’s Department reported that the bus was carrying Chinese tourists. The driver was reported to be Chinese-American but the passengers were all believed to be Chinese nationals.

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