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On March 22, a bus carrying cruise ship tourists was returning from Lauca National Park in northern Chile when it plunged 300 feet down a ravine. Eleven people were killed, most of whom were American tourists. Three Americans, the Chilean bus driver and the tour guide were injured in the accident. The cause of the accident is unknown.

A personal injury lawyer can be extremely helpful when loved ones are killed or injured abroad. Attorneys can maneuver within international laws to ensure families are compensated when their loved ones are killed or injured.

For more information, please see: Chile bus crash kills 11, most from U.S.

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