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bangladesh ferry fire: 37 Dead In Bangladesh As Packed Ferry Catches Fire: 37 killed in boat fire in Bangladesh

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  • A boat packed with people caught fire in Bangladesh
  • 36 people died on the spot due to burning, it is also difficult to identify the dead body
  • More than 200 people injured, police is investigating the accident

Dhaka
At least 40 people were killed and at least 200 were injured when a boat carrying people caught fire in southern Bangladesh on Friday. Officials gave this information. The fire broke out in the engine room of Barguna-bound ferry MV Abhijan-10 at 3 a.m. local time on Friday. The ferry had left from Dhaka.

The Dhaka Tribune said in a report that authorities have recovered at least 40 charred bodies from a boat going on the Sugandha river in Jhalakathi. This place is 250 km south of the capital Dhaka. The news quoted the yacht administration, police and firefighters as saying that at least 200 people were injured in the incident and were being treated at a local hospital.

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