Passenger train and freight train collided in Pakistan, resulting in 6 people were killed and dozens injured, police said.
Trains collide in 25 km from the city of Multan in Punjab province, police officer Nadir Chatta told CNN.
A freight train stopped to remove the body of a suicide from the rails, he said, when a passenger train, Awam Express running from Peshawar to Karachi crashed into him.
Awam Express is one of the longest trains in the world, with 19 cars. Chatta said that the train was unable to brake in time. At least 150 people were injured in the accident.
Prime Minister of Pakistan Muhammad Nawaz Sharif expressed "deep sorrow and grief over the loss of precious lives as a result of a train accident in Multan today."
Sharif said in his statement that he prays for quick recovery of injured and directed the officials to provide best medical treatment to those affected.
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