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Fog-related tragedy in DG Khan claims eight lives.

Due to heavy fog, two passenger coaches collided head-on on Monday morning near Rajanpur, resulting in eight fatalities and over 25 injuries.

Due to heavy fog, two passenger coaches collided head-on on Monday morning near Rajanpur, resulting in eight fatalities and more than 25 injuries. DERA GHAZI KHAN.

In the early hours of the morning, a coach traveling from Peshawar to Karachi collided head-on with a coach traveling from Quetta to Rajanpur on the Indus Highway near Shah Wali. The injured and deceased were sent to the Roojhan and Rahim Yar Khan hospitals by the rescue personnel.

Ghulam Shabir, Imran, Nadir, Bhutto, Kifayat Ullah Khan, Kashif, and Shir Zaman are among the deceased, but the identity of one passenger’s dead body is still unknown. Among those hurt include Ihsan Ul Din, Mohammad Nabeel, Rehmat Ullah, Sajad Hussain, Naqeeb Ullah, and Najeeb Ullah, as well as Zakira Bibi, Amjad Hussain, Abdul Razzaq, Altaf, Ghulam Shah, Izzit Khan, Naik Ali Murtaza, Gul Khan, Mohammad Riaz, Aashiq Ali

 

 

 

 

 

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