More than 30 people were killed in two trains colliding in southern Pakistan

More than 30 people were killed in two trains colliding in the south of the country on Monday, a Pakistani police official told local media.

Omar Tufail told local TV station Geo News that at least 30 were taken to hospitals, expecting the number to rise due to the presence of vehicles that rescue crews have not yet reached, despite the passage of hours after the accident that occurred in the Khotki area in Sindh province.

Source: “Reuters”






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