Police say a brawl between a passenger and a bus driver was the cause of a bus plunging off a bridge in southwestern China.
Fifteen people had been on the bus, including the driver.
Due to the loss of control of the bus, which was travelling on a bridge in China, the bus swerved widely and hit a vehicle before crashing through the bridge railing and plunging around 160 feet (that's just just 20 feet shorter than the recently-inaugurated Statue of Unity, by the way) into the river. This made the woman angry, so she advanced to the front of the bus and began yelling at him.
China's Ministry of Emergency Management said the local fire service had deployed 50 firefighters, five fire engines and two rescue boats to the scene, according to the South China Morning Post.
A 10-second clip from the on-board camera released by Chongqing police showed a female passenger yelling at the male driver while he was steering, shortly after 10 a.m. on Sunday.
Thirteen bodies were found and two people were listed as missing.
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Rescuers on Wednesday night pulled the bus from the river.
The driver turned his head to face her several times in the argument.
As the quarrel escalated, the woman reportedly hit the driver on the head with her mobile phone.
He then seemed to steer heavily to the left when trying to regain control, sending the bus out of control.
Rumours prompted calls to ban female drivers, as the auto that the bus hit was driven by a woman.
Another said it was "heartbreaking" to hear the terrified passengers, while a Weibo user called Liza said there should be a law banning passengers from distracting bus drivers.