More than 20 NATO supply trucks have been destroyed in an attack in southern Pakistan.
Insurgents armed with rockets and automatic weapons opened fire on a transport terminal in the south western city of Quetta.
Several oil tankers exploded before fire spread to other trucks parked nearby.
Firefighters and ambulance crews were called to the scene.
Paramilitary soldiers cordoned off the site as firefighters battled the massive blaze, with flames shooting high into the night sky and thick black smoke billowing from the burning trucks.
Senior police official Malik Arshad said gunmen fired bullets and a rocket at the oil tankers.
"Flames were rising from more than 20 vehicles. We do not know about any casualties yet because the blaze is still so huge," he said, adding that 10 vehicles were safely evacuated from the terminal.
"First the fire started in two oil tankers and the fuel started leaking which spread the fire to other vehicles."
The NATO supply trucks were queued at one of three temporary terminals in the region because of a blockade imposed by Pakistani officials.
Border crossing points to Afghanistan were closed last month in protest against a NATO raid that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.
Supply trucks blown up in Pakistan - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
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