A vehicle carrying passengers coming from a wedding veered off a mountain highway in Nepal leaving 12 people dead, police said Tuesday. There were no survivors.
The small passenger truck was over capacity when it rolled off the mountain road near Chedagad village, about 250 miles northwest of the capital, Kathmandu.
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After driving off the road, the vehicle rolled about 650 feet down the mountain slope.
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Road accidents in mountainous Nepal are often blamed on poorly maintained roads and vehicles.