At least 123 people were killed after an oil tanker explosion in Pakistan.
A lorry transporting fuel burst into flames near the city of Ahmedpur East, as it travelled from Karachi to Lahore yesterday, 25 June.
It appears the tanker blew a tyre while rounding a sharp bend in the road.
Reports say a crowd gathered to collect fuel leaking from the vehicle when it caught fire.
Rescue services say the blaze may have been sparked by someone lighting a cigarette.
At least six cars and 12 motorcycles were burnt.
Dozens are being treated at hospitals and there are fears that the death toll could rise further.