Pakistani train collision leaves 41 dead, more than 100 wounded

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At least 41 people are dead and more than 100 wounded after two trains collided in southern Pakistan on Monday, the state-owned railway said. Rescue teams shifted the injured to nearby hospitals, where the number of dead was expected to rise, as many were in critical condition, Syed Ijazul Hassan, spokesperson for Pakistan Railways, told dpa. The crash occurred in the early morning in the southern province of Sindh, when the Millat Express, coming from the port city of Karachi, derailed. The Sir Syed Express train hit it soon afterwards. The Pakistan army dispatched troops, two helicopters, do…

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