At least 32 people were killed and 63 others injured in a Deadly Road Accident in Egypt. The accident occurred when a passenger bus collided with a parked vehicle on a highway between Cairo and Alexandria. The crash resulted in a multi-car pileup, with some vehicles catching fire. Footage showed burned vehicles on the side of the road and firefighters extinguishing the fire. The crash involved 29 vehicles and took place in the town of Nubariya, about 160 kilometers north of Cairo. Traffic accidents in Egypt are often caused by speeding, bad roads, and poor enforcement of traffic laws.
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