Twenty-nine souls plunged down a very, very tall cliff to the dribble that would become their quasi-watery grave (where they would all perish). “I would call it more of a damp and dusty grave, if you’re askin’ me,” local resident Abe La Monga said. “This is the desert. But then again, I wasn’t on a bus that fell 2,000 feet.” This is the eightieth bus crash to occur within fifty miles of Lima, Peru in the last two weeks. “The roads have gone straight to hell, and the mountains won’t quit their risin’,” La Monga said. “Why, I won’t be surprised if those mountains don’t quit till they brush fingertips with El Senor himself.” Authorities could not confirm the cause of the crash.
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