Woman, four kids injured in Jamrud blast

Published March 13, 2014
The bomb was planted outside a house in Ghandi village near Jamrud, the main town of Khyber tribal region.—File Photo
The bomb was planted outside a house in Ghandi village near Jamrud, the main town of Khyber tribal region.—File Photo

PESHAWAR: A woman and four children were wounded in a blast outside their house in Khyber tribal region on Thursday, officials said.

According to Levies officials, the incident took place at Ghandi village near Jamrud, the main town of Khyber agency.

The bomb was planted outside the house which exploded, damaging the house and injuring the woman and her four kids.

Security forces arrived at the scene soon after blast. The wounded were shifted to Jamrud hospital.

According to initial reports, the exact nature of the blast could not yet be ascertained.

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