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FATEH JANG: Three people were killed, while three more sustained injuries after a passenger train hit a vehicle at railway crossing in Rawalpindi on Thursday evening. The incident took place at Hatar Phatak in Fateh Jang.     Related News Taftan-Quetta goods train derails in Chagai Railways minister suspends nine officials over Ghotki train collision Taiwan...

SAMAA | - Posted: Sep 15, 2016 | Last Updated: 5 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Sep 15, 2016 | Last Updated: 5 years ago

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FATEH JANG: Three people were killed, while three more sustained injuries after a passenger train hit a vehicle at railway crossing in Rawalpindi on Thursday evening.

The incident took place at Hatar Phatak in Fateh Jang.

According to sources, Multan-bound Mehr Express collided with the vehicle as the crossing was not closed for general traffic.

This is the second accident of such kind in less than 24 hours.

In the first incident, at least four people were killed and more than 100 injured when two trains collided in Multan area near Buch railway station.

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The accident occurred near the city of Multan around 2:30am when the Karachi-bound “Awami Express” passenger train rammed into a goods train which had stopped after running over a man crossing the railway track.

“At least four people have been killed and scores others wounded,” local district administration official Nadir Chattha told reporters.

Local state-run rescue service spokesman Abdul Jabbar told AFP the number of injured exceeded 100.

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TV footage showed rescue officials working around crumpled and overturned bogies in the darkness. Chatta said several trapped passengers had to be extracted from their carriages.

A three-day public holiday for the festival of Eid ul-Adha ended on Wednesday, with many returning from their family homes to the cities where they work. –Samaa/Agencies

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