Four traffic accidents occurred this week in the provinces of Bamiyan, Ghazni, Herat, Ghor, and Parwan, resulting in four fatalities and injuries to 17 others.
In Bamiyan province, a tragic incident on Tuesday, October 10th, claimed the lives of four individuals, including two children, and left eight others injured. The accident took place in the “Topchi” area, Bamiyan’s central district, when a Flancoch truck collided with a Turbo car.
Similarly, on Tuesday, October 10th, a collision between a Folder vehicle and a motorcycle in the Chawk-e Omari area on the Kabul-Kandahar highway near Ghazni’s central district left two individuals injured.
In Herat, on Sunday, October 8th, a collision between a motorcycle and a car in the Kamar-Kalagh area resulted in injuries to at least two Taliban fighters, one of whom is in critical condition.
Additionally, two individuals were injured in separate traffic incidents in the districts of Dolina and Dawlat-Yar in Ghor province.
Furthermore, in a traffic accident in Parwan province’s Dawlatshahi area of Bagram district on Saturday, October 7th, three individuals, including a woman, sustained injuries.
The causes of these accidents continue to be attributed to the carelessness of drivers, narrow roads, and road deterioration, highlighting persistent issues in the country’s transportation infrastructure.