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Rescuers and paramedics remove a passenger victim after pulling him out from the wreckage after a passenger bus negotiating a downhill curve on Wednesday Aug.18, 2010 plunged off a Philippine mountain highway into a 100-foot (30-meter) ravine in Tuba township, Benguet province in northern Philippines killing 40 people in one of the country's worst recent accidents, police said. About ten other passengers, including a 10-year-old boy, were pulled alive from the twisted wreckage of the vehicle, said police chief Wilben Mayor of Benguet province north of Manila.