At least two children were killed and 20 others injured in the crash east of Lima.
At least 32 passengers were killed, including two children, and more than 20 were injured when a bus crashed into a cliff in Peru, officials said during the country’s third multiple-day crash in four days.
The accident happened on Tuesday on a narrow stretch of Carretera Central road about 60 km (37 miles) east of the capital Lima. The road connects Lima with much of the central Andes.
“Unfortunately, there are currently 32 dead,” said police commander Cesar Cervantes.
A six-year-old boy and a three-year-old girl were among the dead, police said.
There were 63 passengers on the bus.
A search and rescue effort is underway for possible survivors and to find bodies, the police department added on Twitter.
Cervantes said “recklessness” contributed to Tuesday’s crash, adding that the bus was traveling “at a high speed”.
According to surviving reports, it hit a rock and fell deep into an abyss about 200 meters (650 feet) deep.
On Sunday, 22 people were killed when two boats collided on the Amazon River in Peru. An indefinite number is still missing.
Two days earlier, another bus had crashed into a ravine in the southeast of the country, killing 17 people.
Road accidents are common in the Andes due to speeding motorists, poorly maintained highways, lack of road signs and poor road safety enforcement.