Pakistan Sindh Train Accident: Sir Syed Express train, which was heading towards Lahore collided with the Millat Express which was derailed on the way to Sargodha from Karachi.
Pakistan Sindh Train Accident: In a tragic incident, at least 30 people died after two high-speed trains collided in the Pakistani region of Pakistan on Monday morning. According to Pakistan’s ARY News, the Sir Syed Express train collided with the Millat Express between the Reti and Daharki railway stations in Ghotki in Sindh province.
Reports indicate that the Sir Syed Express train, heading towards Lahore, collided with a Millat Express that veered off the road to Sargodha from Karachi.
Two passenger trains collided near Dharki, a town on the town of Ghotki in Pakistan’s northern Sindh province.
According to local media reports from Pakistan, Ghotki Deputy Commissioner Usman Abdullah has announced that an emergency announcement has been made at Ghotki, Dharki, Obaro and Mirpur Mathelo hospitals.
Doctors and medical personnel were called to the scene to provide medical assistance to the injured passengers.
The Deputy Commissioner also announced that the relief train had left Rohri for the accident.
Geo News said it was expected that the toll would explode as there were still overcrowded train stations that rescuers had not been able to reach despite hours after the accident in the Gothot district of southern Sindh.
Local media reports suggest that 50 people were injured in the train crash.