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2 Dead as Loaded Truck Overturns in Central Afghanistan

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Saqalain Eqbal
Saqalain Eqbal
Saqalain Eqbal is an Online Editor for Khaama Press. He is a Law graduate from The American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).

Two people were reported dead and three more injured as a result of a road accident in Bamyan province in central Afghanistan, according to local Taliban officials.

The spokesperson of the Taliban governor for Bamyan province, Abdul Saboor Farzan Saighani, said that the traffic accident took place on Tuesday night, October 25, in the provincial capital of Bamyan.

A Mazda truck that was traveling from the Yakawlang No. 1 district toward Bamyan city swerved off the road and overturned in the Kotal Shahidan area, the governor of Bamyan’s spokesman added.

The provinces have recently reported a high number of traffic accident cases. Two vehicles on the Balkh-Jawzjan highway in northern Afghanistan collided, resulting in the fatalities of 4 people and severe injuries of 3 others.

This traffic accident took place on Wednesday, October 27, where two cars were said to have been driving at high speeds.

Photos of the crash showed that both vehicles have sustained significant damage, with their windows cracked and their wheels rammed inside.

The main causes of road accidents—which significantly raise the number of traffic-related deaths in Afghanistan—are deteriorating roads, careless driving, and disobedience to traffic laws.

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