At least two people were killed and 14 were injured in a motorbike bombing in the Pakistani city of Quetta on January 7, Pakistani media reported, citing officials.
The blast occurred on McConaghy Road near the the city’s busy Liaqat market, Dawn TV reported.
According to authorities, the explosives were packed on a motorcycle, but it was unclear if the attack involved a suicide attacker or if the bomb was planted to go off via remote control or a timer.
The bomb was reportedly detonated as two security agents were walking by, but both survived the explosion, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty who provided this footage showing the aftermath of the explosion. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty via Storyful