Islamabad: Four killed in DI Khan blast
ISLAMABAD: Four people were killed when two bombs exploded in Dera Ismail Khan on Friday. The first bomb exploded in the University Road area without causing any structural damage, but as police and civilians gathered at the scene, another bomb exploded killing four people, including two policemen, and wounding another nine, police official Mohsin Shah told Reuters.
ARY TV said five people including four policemen were killed in the remote-controlled bomb attack. The injured had been taken the District Headquarters Hospital and two of them were in critical condition, it added. DI Khan District Police Officer Abdul Ghuffar told Dawn News that the first bomb had been planted on a bicycle and the attack targeted police. He said 15 people had been injured in the blast, nine of who were policemen. He said the area had been cordoned of after the incident.