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Police: 32 people killed after bus crashes into oil tanker in Pakistan

From Reza Sayah, CNN
Pakistani officials gather beside the wreckage of a burnt out bus after it collided with an oil tanker.
Pakistani officials gather beside the wreckage of a burnt out bus after it collided with an oil tanker.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Official says bus driver was speeding and lost control
  • Most of victims were passengers trapped inside the bus as it burned
RELATED TOPICS
  • Pakistan

(CNN) -- Thirty-two people were killed after a bus lost control, crashed into an oil tanker and burst into flames in southeastern Pakistan Sunday, police said.

Most of the victims were passengers trapped inside the bus as it burned, fueled by leaking oil from the tanker, police official Muhammad Farooq said.

The driver of the bus was speeding, Farooq said.

The crash occurred in the district of Jamshoro in Sindh province, he said.

 
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