1TV: At least two people were killed while several others injured when a bus ran off road in the mountains of Salang in a province north of Kabul on Wednesday, officials said. The passenger bus faced the mishap in Pul-i-Khaki area of Parwan province. Click here to read more (external link).
Khaama Press: Spokesperson for the governor of Kandahar province said the incident took place in Turi Posti area of Maiwand District around 11:00 am this morning. Samim Khpalwak added that a ‘303’ model passenger bus collided with a ‘Flying Coach’ coming from the opposite side leaving three women and a man killed. Click here to read more
Khaama Press: Local officials say the students were returning home after taking part in the university entry test in Paroun, the province capital, late Friday afternoon. The students reportedly came from Nangaraj High School of Noorgaram District. The incident also left three other students wounded. Click here to read more (external link).
Khaama Press: The incident took place in Durahi Farah Road area of Farah province last night. Naimatullah Khalil who is an officer of the Afghan National Army (ANA) in the area said that a military vehicle collided with a civilian bus leaving eighteen people wounded. He further said that all of the victims are passengers of the bus
Khaama Press: The accident took place in the jurisdiction of Ghazni’s Ab Band District around 06:30 am this morning. Traffic Officer of Ghazni province while confirming the incident said that the truck gutted after colliding with ‘303’ passenger bus causing burn injuries to a number of passengers. Click here to read more (external link).
GHAZNI, Afghanistan, Dec. 30 (Xinhua) — About four people were killed and 22 others wounded in a traffic accident along a highway in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Ghazni on Wednesday, police said. “A long-distance bus collided with a truck in Kotal-e-Rawza locality of provincial capital Ghazni city, leaving four persons dead and 22 others aboard
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty December 25, 2015 The Afghan Defense Ministry says at least 43 people were killed after a head-on collision between a passenger bus and a truck in northern Afghanistan. In a statement on December 25, the ministry said women and children were among those killed in the accident late on the previous
Khaama Press: At least 21 passengers lost their lives in a deadly traffic accident in northern Samangan province of Afghanistan earlier this evening, local officials said. The officials further added the incident took place after a passenger bus collided with a truck around 5:00 pm local time. Click here to read more (external link).
1TV: At least 36 people were injured while another was killed when a bus ran off the road at the Salang Pass in a province north of Kabul on Saturday evening, officials said. Click here to read more (external link).
Khaama Press | November 08, 2015 Four people have lost lives and 43 others sustained injuries in a traffic accident on Kabul-Balkh highway. The crash happened between a “404” model passenger bus and a truck in Dilkhagi area of Samangan province last night. The passenger bus was traveling from Mazar-e-Sharif, capital of Balkh province, to