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Three killed, nine injured in bus-coaster collision in Pakistan's Karachi

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Karachi, | November 29, 2021 3:27:38 PM IST
At least three people were killed and nine others were injured after a bus-coaster collision in Pakistan's Karachi, local media reported on Monday.

Citing rescue sources, ARY News reported that a bus collided with a coaster near the Landhi Jail today that led to the killing of three people.

According to the Pakistani media outlet, the bodies and injured were shifted to a nearby hospital.

Roads accidents have been increasing in Pakistan day by day, giving insight into the country's bad road conditions.

Earlier, on November 22, a motorcyclist was killed while another got injured in an accident on Karachi's Shahrah-e-Faisal. The accident occurred near Drigh Road, according to ARY News.

Meanwhile, on Saturday, at least four people lost their lives and five injured when a speedy car fell into a ravine after hitting another vehicle, as per Dawn. (ANI)

 
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