10-year-old boy killed, six injured in Karachi cylinder blast

Four nearby shops and two vehicles were also damaged in the blast.


Web Desk September 15, 2012

KARACHI: A 10-year-old boy was killed while six others were injured in a cylinder blast at the Bara Board area of Karachi on Saturday, reported Express News.

Four nearby shops and two vehicles were also damaged in the blast.

The police, Bomb Disposal Squad and rescue services arrived at the site after the incident. The injured have been shifted to a hospital.

CNG cylinders in vehicles have been the cause of several explosions in the past, taking scores of lives.

COMMENTS (1)

Sultan Ahmed | 9 years ago | Reply

Relevant police station/station house officer has secret dealing with illegal gas sellers and receive monthly from them.

CNG is being sold openly with secret permission of relevant police station who let them(Gas Sellers ) loss to play with life of innocent people.

Under safety of the people,they are not allowed to sell gas openly but they are doing so and giving illegal gratification to the relevant SHO.

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