Reported by PMOI/MEK
July 11, 2018 - A fuel truck has collided with a bus in the exit terminal (bus station) of Sanandaj in western Iran, leaving at least 27 people dead.
Angry locals witnessing this incident poured into the streets and skirmishes erupted with the state police. Reports indicate at least one state police vehicles was tipped over.
The Iranian regime and local authorities are extremely concerned such a scene may erupt into huge protests and rallies against the ruling mullahs.
With water crises in numerous cities across the country escalating, and in many areas such as Khorramshahr, Abadan, and Borazjan gaining a political tone, officials are taking no risk and will most likely be dispatching security units to quell any possible protests and or demonstrations.
People at the scene of the Sanandaj bus-truck accident
Angry locals were in the streets of Sanandaj, western Iran, after the bus-truck accident