Road Accident in Pakistan: IG Sindh told that the SSP officers related to the area should be in constant touch with the hospital administration along with the rescue work of the injured people in their accident.
Pakistan Accident: A major road accident took place in Pakistan. Let us tell you that 20 people died after a mini bus fell into a ditch in the flood-affected Sindh province. It also includes 11 children. The incident took place on November 17 when people including women and children were going towards Sehwan Sharif from Khairpur in the province.
Significantly, the van full of passengers fell into a ditch on the Sindhiu State Highway near Khairpur. On the other hand, regarding the accident, the police said that the dead bodies were taken out and taken to Syed Abdullah Shah Institute Sehwan Sharif. Police officer Imran Qureshi said the van carrying the passengers was being brought from Khairpur district to a famous Sufi shrine in Sehwan.
Accident in Pakistan: The driver did not see the road diversion sign:
Explain that there was a diversion sign on the way of the minibus but the driver could not see it and the minibus fell into a 25 feet deep gorge near Sehwan Sharif city. Of the total 20 people, 11 were children between the ages of two and eight, who were in the arms of their parents.
The injured were admitted to the hospital:
Significantly, Sindh Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ghulam Nabi Memon instructed the concerned police officers regarding the safety of the luggage of the passengers. IG Sindh told that the SSP officers related to the area should be in constant touch with the hospital administration along with the rescue work of the people injured in the accident. Please tell that Sindh and Balochistan are the most affected areas.
Pakistan News: More accidents in Karachi:
Dr. Salman Zubair, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Karachi University (KU) had recently said that Pakistan’s Karachi city is one of the top 4 cities in the world with the highest number of traffic related incidents. In Karachi alone, the estimated economic loss due to road accidents was more than Rs 47.8 billion every year.