A metropolitan bus catches fire after its engine overheated and exploded in flames at the Rehmanabad bus station in Rawalpindi.
According to the administration of the service, the fire originated in the engine, resulting, adjusting the entire bus on fire, and added that the passengers were unharmed, but the bus burned to a sharp.
In addition, rescue officials confirmed that the fire incident occurred at the Murree Road, Rehmanabad Metro station in Rawalpindi.
In addition, the Administration mentioned that they were trying to discover other causes behind the fire.
A video recorded by a passerby showed a dense smoke that exuded from the subway station surrounded by a treasure of people watching the scene curious.
Previously, in a similar incident, a metropolitan bus catches fire in Jinnah Avenue in Islamabad on Monday.
The passengers were safely rescued without victims, since the driver stopped the bus just in time and opened the doors, letting the passengers get out of the bus. The Fire Brigade also reached the scene to control the flames.
In addition, the Metro bus authority says that the situation is under control and that passengers were safely rescued. The authority also added that they had sent a report to the Punjab government, looking for funds for maintenance work of buses and subway tracks.