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Two killed in Karachi train collision

Karāchi : Pakistan | Sep 18, 2012 at 2:39 AM PDT
Source: Pak Tribune
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Two people were killed and 10 injured when two trains collided near Gujjar Pathak early on Monday morning. Karachi Railways Police Superintendent Arshad Kamal Kiyani said Shalimar Express, which was heading towards Karachi, hit the stationary Millat Express in the rear, damaging three of its bogies.... FULL ARTICLE AT Pak Tribune
 
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