A passenger train derailed in southern Pakistan on Sunday, killing at least 30 people and injuring more than 90, according to local media reports. The accident occurred near the town of Nawabshah in the Sindh province, about 275 kilometers from Karachi, the country’s largest city.
The train, named the Hazara Express, was heading from Karachi to Rawalpindi when 10 of its carriages derailed and some overturned, trapping many passengers inside. Rescue teams and local residents rushed to the scene to help the victims, who were transported to nearby hospitals. Some of the critically injured were airlifted to better-equipped facilities in military helicopters.
Read Full Story Please Visit Eurasia Media Network