14 injured in road mishaps

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Srinagar – At least fourteen persons were injured in different road accident across the valley.

A 407-passenger vehicle bearing registration number 5048/JK01K skidded off the road near Kanier Chadoora, resulting in injuries to three passengers. All the injured were shifted to hospital for treatment.

A Tavera vehicle bearing registration number 0126/JK15 driven by Showkat Ahmad Parrey son of Abdul Salam resident of Wanganpora, Sumbal hit and injured Abdul Gani Reshi son in law of Abdul Salam Mir resident of Pandach at Guzerbal, Ganderbal.

A Tata Sumo bearing registration number Jk01M/5712 on way from Charisharief to Chadoora rolled down near village Nagam in the jurisdiction of Police Chadoora, resulting in injuries to five passengers.

A Maruti bearing registration number Jk01D/7177 hit and injured Ghulam Hassan Bhat son of Abdul Gani resident of Lisserpora, Kulgam near Manzgam, in the jurisdiction of police station D.H Pora. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment. Police has registered a case in this regard.

A Truck bearing registration number JK03/5934 on way from Jammu to Srinagar turned turtle near CRPF Post J/Tunnel, in the jurisdiction of Police Station Qazigund, Kulgam, resulting in injuries to the Driver and the conductor of the truck. Both the injured were shifted to Hospital for treatment. Police has registered a case in this regard.

A Scorpio vehicle bearing registration number JK10/4746 while on way form Jammu to Srinagar collided with a Truck at Laterbal, Pampore in the jurisdiction of Police Station Pampore, resulting in injuries to 02 passengers. Both the injured were shifted to Hospital for treatment. Police has registered a case in this regard.

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