Willow Beach, AZ —A charter bus carrying a group of tourists from the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas crashed on a highway in Arizona. The bus driver died in the accident and over twenty passengers were injured, some of them seriously. It is believed that the driver may have suffered a heart attack and lost control of the bus as it was traveling north on Highway 93. The bus hit a ravine, went up a small hill, and over rough terrain for 700 feet before it stopped. All 48 passengers were injured. About 27 of them had only bumps and bruises, but the rest needed attention at the hospital. Most of the passengers were from Asia or Europe and were over 50 years old. The bus operator was Silver State Trailways, a California-based company. If you have been injured in a bus accident, contact an attorney in your Arizona city to review your case.