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Manan Mandokhail:

QUETTA: In Quetta’s Kasi Road, Street Number 8 area, an ordinary evening took a harrowing turn when a gas leak triggered a devastating explosion in a home. The flames danced wildly, leaving chaos in their wake as two souls grappled with the inferno that engulfed them. In the midst of the crisis, neighbors rushed to the scene, frantically calling for help.

Swiftly responding, paramedics arrived with an ambulance to rescue the victims. The injured, their bodies marked by the unforgiving flames, were carefully loaded into the ambulance, which sped through the streets, racing against time. At the hospital, a team of dedicated medical professionals worked tirelessly to tend to the burns, offering a glimmer of hope to those affected.

Amidst the charred remnants of what was once a home, the resilience of the community emerged. Neighbors banded together, offering support and comfort to the families affected by the tragedy.

Gas leakage blasts are a common phenomenon in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan because of prolonged and unannounced load shedding.

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