Fire broke out in a Rawalpindi bound train in Pakistan killing over 60 passengers on board. The cause of the fire is traced to the blast of cooking gas stove in the train. Fire from the stove expanded vigorously towards the passenger cabin creating havoc.
The train named Tezgam Express caught fire near the town of Rahim Yar Khan in the south of Punjab province in Pakistan. Over a dozen are believed to be injured in the incident.
Many people jumped off the train seeing the fire to save their lives. Most of the injured are those who jumped off.
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