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A bus with 44 people on board plunged into a ravine and caught fire in the southern Pakistani province of Balochistan, killing at least 40 of its occupants, official sources reported.


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The deputy commissioner of the city of Bela, Hamza Ajum, explained to the media that "the bus crashed into a guardrail after taking a sharp turn, fell face down into a 15-meter ravine and caught fire."

The transport unit covered the route from the city of Quetta, in the east of the country, to Karachi, in the south of Pakistan.

Local media reported that this is the worst road accident in Pakistan in a decade.

Ajum explained that the fire in the truck occurred because it was carrying diesel drums on its roof. As it fell into the ravine, the fuel ignited and completely burned the unit.

"Almost all the bodies are burned to such an extent that they cannot be identified," the official said, adding that the four injured were taken to the city of Lasbella, where they receive medical attention.

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