At least 27 people died and 16 others suffered injuries on Saturday when a bus carrying domestic tourists crashed on the Indonesian island of Java.
The crash took place when the bus, which had 40 people on board, hit a motorbike while heading down a hill at speed in the Subang region of West Java province, causing it to roll over multiple times.
Most of the passengers, who were on their way to a hot spring, were from South Tangerang in Java's Banten province.
All victims have been evacuated from the bus and most have been taken to a local hospital, officers said.
Television footage showed police, soldiers and medical personnel evacuating the victims from the upside-down bus.
Police are investigating the cause of the collision but said they suspect that the brakes failed.