Pakistan Bus Accident Many People Killed After Passenger Bus Coach Fell Into Ditch In Balochistan Lasbela
Pakistan Bus Fell into Ravine: A horrific road accident has happened in Pakistan. According to information, a high-speed passenger bus fell into a ditch on Sunday (January 29) in Bela area of Lasbela district of South West Pakistan. At least 40 people died in this painful accident, while 4 people are said to be seriously injured.
It is being told that the death toll may increase. As soon as the information about the bus accident was received, the police reached the spot. Relief and rescue work is going on. According to the information, this accident happened due to high speed.
40 killed in painful road accident
Pakistani media quoted officials as saying that about 40 people died after a passenger bus fell into a gorge in Lasbela, Balochistan. According to the information, the bus was going from Quetta to Karachi. Lasbela’s Assistant Commissioner Hamza Anjum was quoted as saying by The Dawn that there were about 48 passengers in the vehicle.
The bus fell into the ditch after hitting the pole
According to the information, while taking a U-turn near Lasbela due to high speed, the bus collided with the pole of the bridge and later fell into a ditch. The car caught fire after falling into the ditch. An official said that three people, including a child and a woman, have been rescued alive. However, he feared that the number of casualties could increase further.
40 dead as passenger coach fell in ditch at Bela Balochistan. Accident occurred due to over speeding. The bus was coming from Quetta to Karachi. Bus caught fire after the accident. pic.twitter.com/3ruWaR0nGU
— Thinking Of Karachi (@ThinkingKarachi) January 29, 2023
All the dead bodies have been taken out with the help of the police and relief rescue team present on the spot. In Bela, Assistant Commissioner Hamza Anjum Nadeem said that bodies of 40 people, including women and children, have been recovered. All the injured have been admitted to the hospital, where their treatment is going on.
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