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Balochistan: Five killed in Road accident, another Woman in firing

Woman killed in pistol fire in Mastung area of Balochistan and Five others including a woman killed in road accident on Sunday.

According to police, firing incident was taken place in Tiri area of district Mastung, where police Hawaldar Muhammad Hanif was cleaning his pistol inside of his house, when it was goes off accidentally, and bullet hit and injured his wife.

The injured was shifted to a nearby hospital, where she was succumbed to his injuries, later the body was handed over to family after completion of medico legal formalities.

The Levies officials have lodged the case and started further investigation.

In Gwadar, Father and Son among three members of a family including a woman died and six others including woman and children injured, when a vehicle they were travelling lost it,s control and toppled near Dosi-Kor area of Pasni town.

Levies said the ill-fated family was going to Pasni from Ormara, when their vehicle met the accident on main Makran-Coastal highway, soon after receiving information about the incident Levies and rescuers rushed the site and shifted the bodies and injured to a nearby hospital.

The deceased were identified as Bashir, Qadir and Jita Bibi, and injured as Khadija, Wasri, Waseem, Bushra, Jamila, and Mehnaz, while condition of two of injured woman and her child were stated critical.

In Killa Abdullah, Quetta-bound passenger 2D car was toppled due to over speeding on main Quetta-Chaman highway near Zhra-Band area of district Killa Abdullah.

As a result of the accident, a man identified as Matiullah was killed and another Aziz Ullah was received critical injuries, who was later shifted to a nearby hospital.

The car driver was lost his life in a road accident occurred on Kuchlak by-pass.

Road accidents are a common occurrence in Balochistan due to outdated roads. The national highways have not been upgraded for decades and the inadequate dual carriageways have also proved fatal for the increasing traffic


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