RABAT (AFP) - At least 42 people were killed Tuesday when a bus travelling between Marrakesh and Ouarzazate in southern Morocco plunged into a ravine, a security official said. All the victims were Moroccan, a local official told AFP. “But we are still in the process of identifying the bodies, as well as the injured,” he added. The accident took place when the vehicle left a main road in Haouz province, around 100 kilometres (60 miles) south of Marrakesh, one of Morocco’s top tourist destinations.  The crash also left some 25 people injured, who were taken to different hospitals in the region, according to a local official.