Forty-eight people died after a bus smashed into a tractor driving with no lights at night and a truck in northern Uganda, a Red Cross spokeswoman said on Saturday.
According to conflicting reports, provided by the police and Red Cross, between 22 and 48 people, including children, have died after a passenger bus struck a tractor and then a truck loaded with beer on its way to Uganda's capital.
The crash happened in the Ugandan town of Kiryandongo, 220 miles north of the capital Kampala.
Emilian Kayima says in a statement that 14 people were injured.
ASP Julius Hakiza, a senior police officer in the region said the bus knocked the tractor from the rear and thereafter lost control resulting into a head-on collision with a trailer registration number, which was moving from the direction of Kampala.
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Uganda has one of the worst records for roads safety and this is claimed on poor roads, poor vehicles, and reckless driving.
More than 9,500 people died in road accidents in Uganda from 2015 to 2017, estimates the Ministry of Transport, according to which the situation worsens every year.
In 2015, President Yoweri Museveni personally dismissed 900 officials in charge of building and making roads, holding them liable for the abysmal state of the network.