Train accident in Pakistan results in 30 deaths and 90 injured.

The latest train accident in Pakistan resulted in at least 30 deaths and 90 injured on Sunday when several express train compartments crashed in the country’s southern Sindh province.

275 kilometers from the province capital Karachi, in the Nawabshah area close to the Sarhari Railway Station, the Hazara Express train from Karachi to Rawalpindi derailed.

Saad Rafiq, the minister of railways, told the media that the accident resulted in 30 fatalities and 80 injuries.

The minister stated that finishing the rescue and clearance operations was the Railway authorities’ top priority. He promised to launch an investigation to determine what caused the accident.

Abbas Baloch, the commissioner for Benazirabad Division, added that 30 people perished in the crash, while some passengers are still imprisoned in a bogie.

Syed Murad Ali Shah, the chief minister of Sindh, confirmed the death toll while speaking with the media at the People’s Medical College Hospital in Benazirabad, which is the neighborhood where Nawabshah is located.

He also said that if necessary, the injured might be sent to Karachi, and he gave the local government and health officials instructions to speed up relief and rescue efforts.

The Hazara Express, according to him, carried about 1,000 passengers.

The Hazara Express’s driver informed Geo News that 10 out of 19 compartments abruptly left the track as the train was traveling at a pace of about 50 kilometers per hour.

“We were well inside the speed limit, which on the line is 105 kilometers per hour. I don’t know what occurred,” he admitted.

Mohsin Siyal, the Divisional Commercial Officer (DCO) for Pakistan Railways Sukkur, reported that 15 bodies had been pulled from the rubble and that the Pakistan Army was still helping with rescue efforts.

The scene of the collision with severely damaged train compartments was broadcast on television. They showed rescuers and law enforcement attempting to extricate passengers from the derailed compartments alongside bystanders who joined the rescue effort.

“Right now, the focus is currently on rescue work and rescuing people from the crashed compartments,” a representative said.

He claimed that the accident’s cause was being looked into

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