Eleven people have been killed and over 60 injured including 8 women in a suicide car bombing, which took place near the FIA and the Special Investigation Unit buildings in Model Town area of the city. Lahore Commissioner Khusro Pervaiz confirming the death toll informed that 11 people have been killed and 67 injured out of which 11 are critical The DCO of Lahore and the Inspector General of Punjab, Tariq Azeem have both confirmed that an explosive laden rammed into the Special Investigative Agency Building. Witnesses say that the building has completely collapsed and a number of people are still buried under the rubble. The DCO added that around 70 people were present at the FIA building at the time of the explosion. He confirmed that around 600 kilograms of explosives were used in this attack. The police say that the massive explosion has managed to create an 8 foot deep crater. The magnitude of the blast was so severe that its sound could be heard miles away. Smoke was seen rising from far areas. Emergency has been declared in the hospitals of the city and according to JInnah hospital sources out of 67 injured 9 have been operated on, 6 are being operated on and 5 patients are critical. Medical officials have urged residents of Lahore to come fourth and donate blood to help treat the injured. Sources also told that 2 dead bodies have been handed over to their families while some are still unidentified. According to RESCUE 1122 one man has been recovered alive from the rubble but it is feared that still many are trapped beneath the rubble, at the site of the blast in front of the office of security agency eight feet deep crater was formed which was 15 to 20 feet wide. The buildings in close viscinity of the blast also suffered major damages. According to LESCO sources the electricity in the area has been shut down due to the blast. After the blast security has been briefed up in the city and all schools have been closed in Model Town. President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Yousaf RAza Gilani, PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif, Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, Interior Minister Rehman Malik have condemned the attack. Rehman Malik said that report has been sought from IG Punjab regarding the incident. He said that perpetrators of such acts cannot be Muslims and foreign agents are attempting to destabilise the country.