BREAKING: Two trains collide in Pakistan leaving ’25 passengers dead’
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There are reports from Pakistan that 25 passengers have died following a collision between two trains.
According to reports coming out of the country more than 35 people have also been injured in the collision.
Unconfirmed reports suggest that the crash happened when the Millat Express and Sir Syed Express collided in Daharki.
Footage believed to have been taken from the scene of the crash show a number of carriages derailed and lying on their side.
In the video dozens of people can be seen surrounding both carriages with what appears to be a number of fatalities on the ground nearby
It is understood that emergency services are at the scene and a rescue mission is underway to help those hurt in the crash.
There are reports that many passengers are still trapped in the trains.
According to Irshadgu news the Millat Express was travelling from Karachi to Sargodha while Sir Syed Express was taking passengers from Rawalpindi to Karachi.
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