A crash between a minibus transporting tourists and a truck in Brazil‘s northeastern Bahia state left 25 dead, the state’s firefighters corps said Monday on its official Instagram account.

The accident occurred Sunday night around 10:30 p.m. local time on a highway near the city of Sao Jose do Jacuipe. Another six people were injured.

Brazils northeastern state of Bahia was the scene of a horrific crash between a truck and a tourist minibus.

Newspaper Folha de S.Paulo reported that the minibus was heading back to the city of Jacobina after a trip to the touristy Guarajuba beach on Bahia‘s northern coast.

The outlet cited the federal highway police as saying that the head-on collision may have occurred while one of the vehicles was attempting to pass, but that had yet to be confirmed. The highway police did not immediately reply to a request for information from The Associated Press.