It has been reported that the Memon school bus crashed and killed at Taita on Josa's black spot. Rescue is still ongoing as several are reported dead.
A number of teachers were reportedly on their way back from a funeral when the school bus they were riding in lost control and flipped.
According to reports, the accident occurred as teachers from Memon School were returning after a funeral.
Several bodies were reportedly found on the road, however it is unclear how many people have died at this time.
According to the source, the bus was transporting teachers from the Memon school who had just returned from the funeral of one of their own. At this time, it is unclear how many people were killed, but more information will be made available in the near future.
Moreover, the insider disclosed that rescue efforts were already under way at the scene of the crash.
Recent weeks have seen fewer accidents as a result of the government's never-ending efforts to improve road safety. The administration has been emphasizing the importance of following all traffic regulations.
We pray for the injured to make a speedy recovery, and we offer our deepest condolences to the families of the deceased.
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