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Some 14 people were killed and 72 others wounded in a three-vehicle collision in Afghanistan's eastern province of Ghazni on Sunday, Xinhua reported citing police.
Two long-distance buses and an oil truck were involved in the accident which occurred on the Kabul-Kandahar Highway in Laram locality of Muqur district, the official told Xinhua.
The crash caused the vehicles to catch fire, the source said.
The Afghan army personnel and police units arrived at the site shortly after the crash. The wounded, suffering from fractures and severe burns, were transferred to nearby hospitals.
The two buses were traveling from Afghan capital of Kabul to southern Kandahar province.
Reckless driving might be the reason for the deadly accident and an investigation into the accident is underway, the source said.