Pakistan: Blast leaves 4 people dead in Quetta
Quetta: At least four people have died as a blast hit Pakistan's Quetta city on Thursday, media reports said.
The blast left 14 others injured.
According to the police, the explosion took place near the Science College at Jinnah Road, reports Geo News.
Witnesses told the police that glass windows of buildings situated in the vicinity of the blast were shattered as security forces and rescue officials reached the site of the explosion, reports the news channel.
The injured people were shifted to Civil Hospital for treatment.
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