A bus carrying 14 Russian tourists fell into a river in Uttarakhand on Tuesday, killing at least two people, police said.
The bus had been taking the tourists to the Hindu temple town of Gangotri when it fell off a mountain road and plunged into the Bhagirathi River in Uttarakhand, a police officer in the state capital of Dehradun said on customary condition of anonymity.
At least two people were killed in the accident near the village of Dharali. A third person was missing and believed to have been swept downstream, police said.
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Eleven injured tourists were taken by helicopter to a hospital in Dehradun. Their conditions were unclear.
Representatives of the Russian Embassy were traveling from New Delhi to Dehradun, 240 kilometers (150 miles) to the north.