BRASILIA – At least 10 people were killed and 99 others injured in a multi-vehicle crash in the southern Brazilian state of Parana, the highway patrol said Sunday.
Two buses, an SUV, an automobile and a motorcycle collided Saturday night near the city of Maringa.
A head-on crash involving the two buses triggered the pile-up, the highway patrol said.
One of the buses was carrying members of an evangelical church who were to participate in a religious service on Sunday at a park in Maringa.
Six of the injured are in serious condition and the rest are expected to be released on Sunday from hospitals in Maringa, the fire department said.