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Two express trains crashed in southern Pakistan on Monday, killing in any event 30 passengers and injuring 50 others, various news agencies announced, citing nearby officials. Sir Syed Express slammed into the Millat Express among Raiti and Daharki rail line stations close to Ghotki city in Sindh province, according to the report.
Rescue and alleviation officials have been rushed to the spot as 15 to 20 passengers are still answered to be caught. The number of fatalities may rise further after the rescue work is finished.
The Millat Express wrecked, and the Sir Syed Express train hit it soon afterward. Officials are working to ascertain the reason for the wrecking. According to rail line officials, around 1,100 passengers were ready when the collision occurred.
Prior in March, at any rate, one person was murdered, and 40 others were injured after a train crashed between the Rohri and Sangi stations.
In July 2020, at any rate, 19 pilgrims were murdered after a train slammed into a passenger van in eastern Pakistan. The mishap happened at an automated Railway crossing close to the city of Sheikhupura in Pakistan's largest province, Punjab.
In 1990, a pressed passenger blasted through a standing cargo train in southern Pakistan, killing 210 individuals in the worst rail disaster in Pakistan's history.
Source: Hindustan Times
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