At least two children were among 32 killed, and 20 others injured in the crash east of Lima.
At least 32 people have been killed, including two children, and more than 20 injured when a bus came down from a mountain in Peru, officials said, in a third crash involving several people in four days.
The accident happened on Tuesday on the narrow Carretera Central road 60 km (37 miles) east of the Lima capital. The road connects Lima with most of the central Andes.
“Unfortunately, there are currently 32 deaths,” said police chief 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.
The search and rescue operation was among those who could have survived and exhumed the bodies, the police department added on Twitter.
Cervantes said the “negligence” contributed to the second crash, adding that the bus went “strongly”.
According to the survivors, it hit a rock and plunged into a ditch about 200 meters (650 feet) deep.
On Sunday, 22 people died when two boats collided on the Amazon River in Peru. An unknown number is not available.
Two days ago, a bus crashed into a river in the southeastern part of the country, killing 17 people.
Road accidents are common in the Andes due to speeding drivers, poorly maintained roads, lack of road signs, and lack of road safety.