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MULTAN, Pakistan – A newcomer sight rammed into a burden sight during a railway hire in southern Pakistan on Thursday, murdering during slightest 16 people and injuring 78 others, sanatorium officials said.
The burden sight was still when a speeding newcomer sight strike it during Walhar Railway Station in Rahim Yar Khan, in a eastern Punjab province. Jamil Ahmed, an central in a provincial government, pronounced hospitals announced an emergency.
Pakistani officials and volunteers work during a sight pile-up site in Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan.
Sixteen people were killed in a sight pile-up and 78 were wounded, with some in vicious condition, according to Javed Ahmed, a medicine treating a wounded.
Prime Minister Imran Khan systematic authorities to yield a best probable medical caring to a victims and pronounced he was saddened by a news.
1 DEAD, 6 RESCUED AFTER AVALANCHE LEAVES CLIMBING GROUP STRANDED AT 17,390 FEET ON PAKISTANI MOUNTAIN
Khan systematic Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad to “take puncture stairs to opposite decades of slight of railway infrastructure” and safeguard reserve standards.
Authorities pronounced Pakistan’s army was also holding partial in a rescue efforts.
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Train accidents in Pakistan are mostly a outcome of bad railway infrastructure and central negligence.