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Traffic accident near Kallar Kahar on Islamabad-Lahore freeway, 6 people died Achi-News

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Kallarkahar (Web Desk) Traffic accident near Kallarkahar on the highway, how many people lost their lives, very sad news.

6 people were killed in a traffic accident that happened near Kallar Kahar on the Islamabad-Lahore Freeway.

According to a private television report, the gas container went out of control due to brake failure on the Salt Range Freeway and collided with other vehicles.

As a result of the accident, 6 people died, after receiving the information, the rescue personnel arrived at the spot and moved the bodies to a nearby hospital.

It may be recalled that at least 10 people were killed and 25 injured in a bus accident near Kallar Kahar on the Islamabad-Lahore Freeway in June last year.

Earlier in February 2023, at least 14 people, including women and children, were reportedly killed when a bus overturned near Kallar Kahar, the passengers were returning from Islamabad to Lahore after attending a wedding ceremony when their bus overturned because of a tire. burst.

After the accident, a police official while talking to Nji TV said that the accident happened on a dangerous stretch of the highway passing through the mountainous area of ​​the Salt Range near Kallar Kahar.

He said that most of the accidents happen on this part, and the reason for this is the curve of this stretch and its slope Such fatal accidents happen.

It should be noted that a school bus had an accident on September 26, 2011 on this stretch of the freeway where 33 students lost their lives instead of referring the injured to Rawalpindi, 100 km away, they can be treated here.

A trauma center was built at Kallar Kahar at a cost of Rs 26.7 crore but could not be made operational as the Punjab government could not hire doctors to run it, transforming the trauma center into a headquarters hospital which was later given.
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