Passenger train derails in southwest Pakistan | Pakistan News
The accident took place between Rohri and Sangi stations in southern Sindh province.
At least one person was killed and 40 injured after a train derailed in southern Pakistan.
The train derailed between Rohri and Sangi stations in southern Sindh province on Sunday and caused a temporary suspension of rail traffic in both directions, said Kamran Lashari, a railway official.
The 18-car train from Karachi to the eastern city of Lahore derailed and six fell into a shallow ditch, Lashari added.
It was not immediately clear how many passengers were on board and what caused the derailment.
The darkness and remote location of the derailment delayed rescue efforts, rescue official Muhammad Arshad said, adding that the body of the deceased woman and 40 injured passengers had been taken to hospitals in nearby towns.
Train accidents are common in Pakistan, where successive governments have paid little attention to improving poorly maintained signaling and aging tracks.
Last month, at least 18 people, including women and children, were killed when a passenger train collided with a bus at a level crossing in southern Pakistan.
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