File photo: A vehicle severely damaged during an accident in Balochistan's Bakhtiarabad area: Photo provided by the author
Abdullah Lehri: 
KALAT: A devastating collision between two vehicles along the Quetta-Karachi route near Bencha has left a family shattered and turned their Eid celebrations into mourning. Today, a coach plying the Quetta-Karachi route reportedly collided with a busker, resulting in a tragic accident that claimed the lives of four individuals, including two children.
Four others sustained injuries in the harrowing incident, as confirmed by Levies sources. The victims, who were en route from Karachi to Pishin to celebrate Eid, had their journey cut short tragically.
Their vehicle was caught in the path of the oncoming passenger coach headed from Quetta to Karachi, leading to the fatal collision. Rescue efforts are currently underway, with Levies sources overseeing the transportation of both the deceased and the injured to the District Headquarters Hospital for medical attention and identification.
The incident serves as a stark reminder of the dangers inherent in road travel, particularly along busy national highways. As authorities investigate the circumstances surrounding the collision, concerns over road safety and the need for stringent measures to prevent such accidents loom large in the minds of commuters and travelers alike. This tragic event has once again underscored the importance of exercising caution and adhering to traffic regulations to ensure the safety of all road users, as communities grapple with the profound loss inflicted by this devastating accident.

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