The wreckage of a passenger bus. — AP Photo
The wreckage of a passenger bus. — File Photo by AP

DG KHAN: At least seven people lost their lives and up to 80 people received injuries when two buses collided with each other in Dera Ghazi Khan, DawnNews reported.

The incident took place when the two buses were travelling on Indus highway.

Four of the deceased were identified as Mian Gul, Sabir Shah, Shazia and Muhammad Tariq.

Eight wounded passengers were in critical condition and were shifted to Nishtar hospital, Multan.

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