At least 57 killed in fiery Pakistan bus crash

Pakistani volunteers search for victims inside a burnt out passenger bus after it collided with an oil tanker along the Super Highway near Karachi early on January 11, 2015. (AFP)

A passenger bus crashed into an oil tanker in southern Pakistan early Sunday, killing 57 people with remains charred beyond recognition, officials said.

Dr. Seemi Jamali, who heads the emergency section at Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Center in Karachi where the remains were brought, said they had received 57 bodies. Four people were also injured, she said.

She said the hospital would have to do DNA tests to identify the victims.
 
 
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Source News: Alarabiya