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Indus Highway passenger bus collision leaves 10 dead and 13 injured

In a tragic collision on Thursday on the Indus Highway near to Sann, Sindh, at least 10 people—including women and children—were dead and 13 others were injured.

After the accident, according to the police, the injured and deceased were taken to Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS), Jamshoro.

They said that the deceased included the bus and truck drivers.

The tragic bus was travelling from Karachi to Punjab when it collided with the truck at Thori Phatak close to Sann, according to Jamshoro Senior Superintendent of Police Javed Baloch.

Two children and two women were among the alleged Bahawalpur residents who had died, he claimed.

Pavan Manzoor
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