A passenger bus has fallen into a ravine and caught fire, killing more than 40 people in southern Pakistan.
Bus crash in Pakistan kills at least 41
More than 40 people have been killed after a bus fell into a ravine and caught fire in the southern Pakistani province of Balochistan.
Forty-one bodies had been recovered from the wreckage, some burned beyond recognition, district police officer Israr Umrani told Reuters on Sunday.
The bus carrying 48 people crashed on the way from Balochistan’s capital of Quetta to the southern city of Karachi, officials said.
Dozens of people were combing through the wreckage, footage shared by the Edhi Foundation aid and emergency response organisation showed, and ambulance workers were carrying a dead body out of the debris.