6 killed in cylinder blast in Jhelum, Pakistan: 10 injured, three-storey house collapsed; 4-5 people feared buried under the debris

6 killed in cylinder blast in Jhelum Six people were killed and 10 injured in a cylinder blast on Sunday in Jhelum city of Pakistan’s Punjab province. The condition of 4 is said to be serious. The three-storey house collapsed due to the blast. There is a possibility of 4 to 5 people being buried under the debris.

Police said – In the initial investigation, it seems to be a cylinder blast.
Local media quoted Jhelum Deputy Commissioner Samiullah Farooq as saying that the incident took place at 9.45 am on Sunday. Heavy machinery is being used to clear the debris. In the initial investigation it appears to be a cylinder blast only. The injured have been admitted to the district hospital.6 killed in cylinder blast in Jhelum

6 killed in cylinder blast in Jhelum

He told how the cylinder blasted, it is being investigated. Additional Deputy Commissioner (Revenue) Hasan Tariq said that the seriously injured have been referred to the Holy Family Hospital in Rawalpindi.

Two days ago, 7 people died in Sargodha due to a cylinder blast in a van.
Two days ago, on July 8, a cylinder fitted in a van exploded in Sargodha, Punjab. 7 people died in this accident, while 14 people were injured. Last month, there was a cylinder blast in Lahore also, in which five people including three children were killed. 6 killed in cylinder blast in Jhelum

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