A Pakistani policeman stands beside wreckage of a burnt out oil taker and passenger bus following an accident along the Super Highway near Karachi early on January 11, 2015. AFP PHOTO/ Asif HASSAN
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Six schoolchildren were among at least 10 people killed when a fireball erupted as a tanker carrying liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) collided with a car in eastern Pakistan Wednesday, engulfing surrounding vehicles, officials said."According to initial information, a car was making a U-turn and struck the tanker," senior local police official Latif Gujjar told AFP.He added that two cars, two rickshaws that were carrying children to school, and two motorbikes had been destroyed and the bodies of the dead were badly charred.
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