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3 killed, several injured in Sibi blast


SIBI: A powerful blast killed at least three people, and injured 19 including Frontier Corps (FC) personnel on Sibi’s Jail Road in the western Pakistani province of Baluchistan on Tuesday. 

Police said that 29 injured were rushed to the district hospital of Sibi, while the medical superintendent confirmed that three dead bodies were also shifted to the medical facility.

The MS further stated that the condition of the three injured is critical. Moreover, a medical emergency has been enforced in all the hospitals and medical facilities in the district.

On the other hand, the law enforcement agencies have cordoned off the area and sought assistance from the bomb disposal squad.

According to the Bomb Disposal Unit (BDU), it was a remote-controlled blast and the explosive was fitted in a motorcycle that was parked in the area.

The development comes five days after a suicide blast killed 56, and injured over 200 people at a mosque in Peshawar’s Koocha Risaldar on Friday. The explosion took place during the time of Friday prayers.

Earlier, three police personnel were killed, and 18 people were injured in a blast on Quetta’s Fatima Jinnah Road on Wednesday.

The blast occurred near a stationed police mobile. Police and rescue teams arrived at the scene soon after the incident. The injured were shifted to the Civil Hospital Quetta.


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