A bus that was carrying members of a music group fell into a ravine in western India, killing 13 people and leaving 29 more injured.
Atul Zende, a police officer in Pune, said that the group was on its way to Mumbai following a performance there.
The accident occurred on the motorway near Khopoli, in the Raigad district, Maharashtra. This is about 43 miles away from Mumbai.
Mr Zende stated that the majority of those killed were from Mumbai.
It is not yet known what caused the crash on Saturday.
The Indian Prime Minister NarendraModi has announced a fund to help the families of victims.
In India , road accidents kill more than 110.000 people every year.
The country is plagued by deadly accidents due to the ageing of vehicles, poor maintenance of roads and reckless driving.