Hundreds of rescuers are searching for five missing Taiwanese tourists after a bus plunged into a river in southeast China, killing two and injuring 11 others.
Chinese media reports the bus was carrying 26 people when it fell into a major river in the Fujan Province on Friday.
The 24 passengers were Taiwanese, and according to reports, 17 of them were safely rescued.
Three passengers were severely injured.
The driver and a tour guide were also rescued.