Twenty-one people have been killed and six injured after a bus crashed into a canal in northern Egypt, reports have stated.
Three children were among the dead, Dr Sherif Makeen, a health ministry official said.
Officials believe the driver may have lost control of the steering wheel but investigations continue.
Sky News Arabia said at the time that teams were still searching for people in the water.
In July, 23 people died after a bus collided with a parked truck in Minya - 30 were also injured.
Last month, a truck crashed into a minibus in Dakahlia, killing at least 10 people.