Three dead, 15 injured in Pakistan blast
ISLAMABAD: At least three people were killed and 15 injured Saturday when a bomb went off in Pakistan’s Quetta city.
According to officials, the bomb exploded near a paramilitary Frontier Corps (FC) vehicle which was on routine patrol, Xinhua reported.
Police said the bomb was detonated by a remote control and explosive materials were fixed in a vehicle parked on the road.
Officials said 15 to 20 kg explosives were used in the attack.
The injured people include FC personnel and children. Four vehicles, including the FC vehicle, were destroyed in the attack.