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166 killed in garments factory fire in Pakistan's Karachi
Xinhua | September 12, 2012 18:19
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Pakistani firefighters conduct rescue operation at the garments factory in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi, Sept 12, 2012. A huge fire that broke out in a garments factory in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday evening has been put out after nearly 11 hours of hard efforts by fire fighters, announced Ehtishamuddin, Chief Fire Officer of Karachi, on Wednesday. Up till now, a total of 166 people have reportedly been killed in the fire.Photo: Xinhua
Pakistani firefighters conduct rescue operation at the garments factory in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi, September 12, 2012. A huge fire that broke out in a garments factory in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday evening has been put out after nearly 11 hours of hard efforts by fire fighters, announced Ehtishamuddin, Chief Fire Officer of Karachi, on Wednesday. Up till now, a total of 166 people have reportedly been killed in the fire.Photo: Xinhua
 
Pakistani firefighters conduct rescue operation at the garments factory in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi, Sept 12, 2012. A huge fire that broke out in a garments factory in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday evening has been put out after nearly 11 hours of hard efforts by fire fighters, announced Ehtishamuddin, Chief Fire Officer of Karachi, on Wednesday. Up till now, a total of 166 people have reportedly been killed in the fire. Photo: Xinhua
Pakistani firefighters conduct rescue operation at the garments factory in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi, September 12, 2012. A huge fire that broke out in a garments factory in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday evening has been put out after nearly 11 hours of hard efforts by fire fighters, announced Ehtishamuddin, Chief Fire Officer of Karachi, on Wednesday. Up till now, a total of 166 people have reportedly been killed in the fire. Photo: Xinhua
 
Pakistani firefighters conduct rescue operation at the garments factory in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi, Sept 12, 2012. A huge fire that broke out in a garments factory in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday evening has been put out after nearly 11 hours of hard efforts by fire fighters, announced Ehtishamuddin, Chief Fire Officer of Karachi, on Wednesday. Up till now, a total of 166 people have reportedly been killed in the fire. Photo: Xinhua
Pakistani firefighters conduct rescue operation at the garments factory in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi, September 12, 2012. A huge fire that broke out in a garments factory in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday evening has been put out after nearly 11 hours of hard efforts by fire fighters, announced Ehtishamuddin, Chief Fire Officer of Karachi, on Wednesday. Up till now, a total of 166 people have reportedly been killed in the fire. Photo: Xinhua






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