More than 300 passengers rescued from Kabul-Kandahar highway
Reporter: A. Shekib Zaheer
Local authorities in Ghazni province announce the rescue of 350 passengers on the Kabul-Kandahar highway.
Local authorities in Ghazni province announced the rescue of 350 passengers on the Kabul-Kandahar highway. Ghazni governor spokesman Muhammad Aref Nouri said: “In the wake of the snow and ice falling on the highway of Kabul-Kandahar highway (Hassan Kariz) and (Pashkanda), the Shah Joy district of Zabul province, an oil tanker vehicle The afternoon of yesterday was broken on this route. This way was blocked by traffic.
Mr. Nuri added: “There are ongoing efforts to open the highway again into traffic. Mr. Nouri continues to add that there have been no rumors that this was happening. There were no casualties in the Kabul-Kandahar Highway blocked.