Two high-speed trains collided in Pakistan. It was learned that at least 35 people died as a result of the accident. Search and rescue efforts continue for passengers trapped under the debris.
According to the news in The Guardian, a train accident occurred in the south of Pakistan in which two high-speed trains collided. According to the first determinations, 35 passengers died in the accident.
Sindh state police chief Umar Tufail said that 15 and 20 more passengers remained in the wreckage of the Milet Express train, and that search and rescue efforts were continuing.
Officials said there were a total of 1100 passengers on the two trains. What caused the accident has still not been determined.