Search operations are ongoing to find possible victims.
Authorities found the bodies of three more people on Sunday evening, Maghreb Arab Press (MAP) reported.
Search operations are ongoing to find other possible victims.
On the morning of Sunday, September 8, a bus connecting between Casablanca and Rissani, a town in Errachidia Province, fell off the Oued Damchan bridge. The accident was caused by floods.
Security services have so far managed to rescue 27 people.
Some news reports said that the number of people killed due to the accident reached 14.
King Mohammed VI ordered the government to send a high-level delegation to Errachidia to inquire about the situation.
Minister of Interior Abdelouafi Laftit led the delegation, which includes Minister for Equipment and transport Abdelkader Amara and the General of Corps, Mohamed Haramou, Commander Royal Gendarmerie.
Amara told the press that all authorities in the Daraa Tafilalet region and the services of the Royal Gendarmerie, that the civil protection and the Royal Armed Forces (FAR) are mobilized to find the missing people.
Amara recalled that this time of the year is marked by heavy rainfall.
“The National Meteorological Directorate published weather reports on a regular basis that must be taken into account and that citizens must be aware of the weather warnings issued by provincial and local officials.”
He added that weather issues “should not be treated carelessly, especially since some rivers have not recorded such floods for years.”