At least 32 people have died and dozens more wounded in a crash involving multiple vehicles in Egypt, the health ministry has stated.
The collision occurred on Saturday morning in Egypt’s Beheira governorate on the Cairo-Alexandria road, 131km (82 miles) north of the capital Cairo.
At least 63 people have been injured, the health ministry said.
State newspaper Al-Ahram said the crash involved a passenger bus and several cars, some of which caught fire.
It said many of those killed were burnt to death.
At least 20 ambulances were dispatched to the crash site, the health ministry said in a statement.