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Emergency Alert - At least 51 killed in train accident in Pakistan

Jun, 07 2021 at 11:27 PM (UTC)

At least 51 people have been killed after two trains collided in Ghotki, Pakistan. A Millat Express train derailed at about 3:30 a.m. and a Sir Syed Express train smashed into the back of it minutes later. At least 100 others were injured. It has not yet been determined how the train derailed, but according to one passenger, workers were repairing one of the train cars before departure. The driver of the second train braked as soon as he saw the stopped train but was not able to stop in time. Train accidents are relatively common in Pakistan, with successive governments showing little interest in improving their poorly maintained signal system and tracks.

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Emergency Alert - Tainted alcohol kills five and hospitalizes 22

Jun, 03 2021 at 11:25 PM (UTC)

At least five people have died and 22 others were hospitalized after drinking tainted alcohol in Aligarh, India. The victims began feeling unwell after drinking liquor that had been dumped into a canal. According to Senior Superintendent of Police, Kalanidhi Naithani, “It appears that some persons involved in the spurious liquor trade dumped their entire stock in the canal fearing a raid.” Doctors are working tirelessly to save the lives of the 22 criticallly ill patients that arrived at the ICU overnight. According to the doctors, more lives may have been saved had they gotten to the hospital sooner, as the first six hours are crucial in the treatment. This incident comes just days after 35 people also died from drinking illegally produced alcohol in the same district.

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Emergency Alert - More than 8,700 people died on railroad tracks in Indian in 2020

Jun, 02 2021 at 09:01 PM (UTC)

According to information that has recently become public, more than 8,700 people died on railroad tracks in India during 2020. While there were fewer total deaths than in previous years, many casualties still occurred despite many coronavirus-related passenger train closures. The information was obtained by activist Chandra Shekhar Gaur through the Right to Information Act. According to the data, 805 people suffered injuries while 8,733 others died due to these accidents. Officials said in a statement that many of the deaths were migrant workers who were walking along the tracks, as they provided a shorter walk to and from work. These accidents have not been classified as "railway accidents," as the deaths were not caused by negligence of the conductors, nor faulty trains.

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Emergency Alert - More than 150 children kidnapped in Nigeria

Jun, 01 2021 at 11:54 PM (UTC)

At least 150 children have been kidnapped by armed bandits in Nigeria's northern Niger state. While the exact number of victims has yet to be determined, the state police have confirmed that at least 150 victims were involved in the incident. According to police, the bandits stormed Tegina town on motorcycles, shooting indiscriminately. One person had been confirmed dead from the violence at the time of reporting. According to officials, tactical teams were immediately dispatched in order to track down the kidnappers and return the victims to safety. A spokesperson for the Niger State Government said in a statement that eleven of the children who were originally kidnapped have been freed, likely due to them being too young to adequately travel with the kidnappers. This attack comes just days after students who had previously been abducted from Greenfield University were freed.

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Emergency Alert - Forty-two people killed by armed herdsmen in Nigeria

May, 28 2021 at 09:15 PM (UTC)

At least 42 people have reportedly been killed by suspected armed herdsmen in Nigeria's Benue state. The attack spanned across two regions of the state with 36 of the victims having died in Katsina-Ala and the rest in Gwer West Local Government Area. Authorities in the area believe that the herdsmen may have had assistance from local gangs in the attack. Some sources claim that several students attending the College of Education Katsina-Ala may have been among the victims, but it has not been confirmed whether any students were involved in the incident. The attack comes at a time of increasing violence in Nigeria, with the county's authorities struggling to stymie its spread over the past decade.

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Emergency Alert - Students in Nigeria collapse after breathing fumigation fumes

May, 27 2021 at 10:30 PM (UTC)

At least 100 Nigerian students have collapsed and been hospitalized after breathing in fumigation chemicals at College of Health and Technology, Ijero-Ekiti. The students were taking exams at the time of the incident, collapsing while sitting at their desks. A number of the college's students engaged in "violent protest" following the incident. According to the State’s Commissioner for Health, Dr. Banji Filani, the school had been notified of the planned fumigation but did not properly relay the information. At the time of reporting, 64 people involved in the incident had been discharged and most of those still hospitalized were in good condition. However, some of those involved are asthmatic and suffered additional complications.

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Emergency Alert - Boat carrying 200 people capsizes in Nigeria

May, 26 2021 at 10:30 PM (UTC)

A boat carrying at least 200 people has capsized in the northwestern Nigerian state of Kebbi. While rescue efforts have been underway, the death toll cannot yet be determined. As of Wednesday evening, five bodies had been recovered but more are expected to wash up in the coming days. About 40 people had been rescued at the time of reporting but many others, including several women and children, are still missing. According to a local, the boat had been overloaded. Many of the passengers on board the boat were returning from a newly discovered gold vein in the neighboring country of Niger.

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Emergency Alert - Gunmen in Nigeria kill four police officers, raze station

May, 26 2021 at 03:25 AM (UTC)

Four police officers in Enugu, Nigeria are dead after gunmen attacked the police station and burned it down. The attack occurred at about 4 a.m. local time on Tuesday. Commissioner of Police (CP), Mohammed Ndatsu Aliyu has ordered an "intense discreet investigation," as the identities of the gunmen are still unknown. None of the gunmen have been confirmed killed but several escaped with bullet wounds. CP Aliyu has asked all medical facilities to immediately report any occurrences of people with bullet wounds seeking treatment.

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Emergency Alert - Eleven military personnel killed in plane crash in Nigeria

May, 24 2021 at 11:22 PM (UTC)

Nigeria's highest-ranking army commander, Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru, and ten others have died in a plane crash in the northern part of the country. The incident occurred while the plane was trying to land at Kaduna International Airport during inclement weather. There was no information immediately made public about the exact cause of the crash. Attahiru had just been appointed as Army Chief of Staff in January by President Muhammadu Buhari, in an attempt to curb violence in the country. Nigeria's military has been in a conflict with Boko Haram since 2009 that has led to the deaths of more than 40,000 and displacement of about 2 million.

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Emergency Alert - Seventy bags of human remains found in Mexico

May, 22 2021 at 07:21 PM (UTC)

Seventy bags of human remains have been found in Tonalá, Jalisco, Mexico. The contents of the bags have been determined to have come from at least 11 victims. The bags were found on a plot with an unroofed building in a relatively busy part of town. Thirteen bags were found when construction on the plot began on April 25 and dozens more have been found in the last week as construction workers dig with heavy machinery. Jalisco has the highest number of missing people of any state in Mexico. State Attorney General Gerardo Octavio Solís has confirmed the incident in a statement.

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