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Friday, January 29, 1999 Published at 13:30 GMT


World: South Asia

Train crash in Pakistan


In Pakistan, a train crash in the state of Baluchistan has killed at least ten people and left twelve others injured.

The collision occurred at a railway crossing near Sibi, south of the state capital, Quetta.

Injured passengers were cut from the wreckage and taken to various hospitals, where at least three of them are in a serious condition.

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