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Some 125 people died and another 1,000 were injured when three passenger trains collided in Pakistan's southern Sindh province early on Wednesday
Some 125 people died and another 1,000 were injured when three passenger trains collided in Pakistan's southern Sindh province early on Wednesday, Channel News Asia satellite television said citing local police. Victims were taken to hospitals, but many were given first aid treatment at the scene. The accident occurred at about four o’clock in the morning when a train running from Lahore to Karachi hit the rear of another train -- en route Lahore - Quetta -- in a station in the village of Ghotki, located some 600 kilometers from Karachi. The Lahore - Quetta train had stopped for repairs after developing a technical problem. Nineteen cars derailed as a result of the accident. Some of them were flung onto another track and subsequently rammed by a Karachi-Rawalpindi express. Specialists blamed technical personnel for the accident
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