KARACHI - A seven-year-old child was killed while as many as 40 passengers were injured in pile-up here on Saturday morning when two coaches from opposite directions collided with each other on Northern Bypass near Jamia Farooqia. Witness said that the caused of accident was the speedy Damper which over took a buses and escaped resultantly both the vehicles were collided. Hospital sources confirmed that they have received a body of a minor boy identified as Mukesh. After the incident emergency was declared in almost all the hospitals in the City where OPD cases were kept on hold. Meanwhile, police said that the accident took place at around 8:15 am near Northern Bypass when two coaches, one coming from Karachi while the other from Quetta collided head-on. These coaches bear numbers PE 3700 and LSB 8750. When contacted, the MLO of Civil Hospital confirmed the death of two persons including a child namely Nazim, 2 and another woman. Her identity could not be ascertained. He said that about 32 injured are being treated in different wards. The condition of five of them is said to be serious. Meanwhile, Sindh Minister for Health, Dr. Sagheer Ahmed and MS of the Civil Hospital Dr. Saeed Qureshi visited the Civil Hospital and reviewed the medical facilities being provided there. The Health Minister said that he is touch with other administrations to confirm the number of deaths and the injured. But according to him there are two deaths only. The injured were identified as Imran 26, Anwar 30, Asif 27, Lal Badshah 45, Fazal Mohammad 16, Faraza 25, Mulla Bux 22, Babar 28, Inspector Aslam 40, Shakeel 12, Shireen Zada 37, Jan Bahadur 18, Aminullah Haq 18, Barkat Ali, Abu Baker, Mohammad Shoaib, Imtiaz and others.