Eight injured as explosion derails Quetta bound train

CM Qaim Ali Shah takes notice of the incident as four bogies derail

Web Desk June 06, 2015
CM Qaim Ali Shah takes notice of the incident as four bogies derail. PHOTO: SHUTTERSTOCK

JACOBABAD: An explosion on a Quetta bound train early Saturday morning left eight persons injured as four bogies of the Jaffar Express train derailed in Jacobabad, Express News reported. 

The explosion took place near district jail, Jacobabad and as a result three carriages overturned leaving eight injured.

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According to reports, rescue teams arrived at the site and took the injured to a nearby hospital for immediate treatment.

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Due to the destruction of the railway track, daily traffic on the particular route has been suspended.

Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah, meanwhile has taken notice of the incident and has demanded a detailed report.


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