The national fire agency said 32 people had been killed, with 12 still being treated in hospital, most with serious injuries. Taiwan's Central News Agency said it was the worst road accident for 30 years. "The passengers are all Taiwanese and mostly older people," said Chen Chih-min from Taipei City fire department, which confirmed the crashed vehicle was a sightseeing tour bus. The bus carrying 44 people was left flipped over on the side of the road and around 100 rescuers rushed to the scene. Victims' bodies were laid out at the crash site covered in white and blue cloths, and two cranes attempted to lift the toppled bus. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and Premier Lin Chuan gave their condolences. Tsai said authorities must "make all efforts to save the injured people and properly handle the aftermath". - Safety questions - The bus was reported to be 19 years old and belonged to an agency that runs tours across Taiwan. Responding to speculation about the condition of the bus and whether it was speeding, Taipei Deputy Mayor Teng Chia-chi said police were investigating and would "report when the cause is clarified". Teng confirmed the passengers had been visiting Wuling Farm in Taichung, which is famous for cherry blossoms at this time of year.
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