At least 39 people died after a passenger coach in Lasbela, Balochistan, fell into a ravine, according to the official

A Passenger Coach fell into a ravine

BestPakistanis News: On Sunday morning near Lasbela, Balochistan, a passenger coach plunged into a ravine, leaving at least 39 passengers dead, according to authorities.

While confirming the event, Lasbela Assistant Commissioner Hamza Anjum told that the car was going from Quetta to Karachi and had close to 48 passengers in it. Read more about the accident

“While doing a U-turn at Lasbela, the coach struck a bridge post due to speeding. The car then crashed into a gully and caught fire,” he claimed.

Three individuals, including a mother and a child, have been saved, according to Anjum. He was worried that there would be more casualties though.

Saad Edhi of the Edhi Foundation informed that 17 bodies have so far been removed from the accident scene and transported to a hospital.

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