8 Injured in Road Mishaps Across Valley

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Srinagar – Eight persons including a minor girl was injured in different road accidents across the Valley.

A Motorcycle bearing registration number JK011/7810 skidded off the road near Foot Bridge, Lal Mandi, Srinagar, in the jurisdiction of police station Raj Bagh, resulting in injuries to the Motorcyclist Javid Ahmad son of Ghulam Mohiudin resident of Bota Kadal, Srinagar. The injured has been shifted to hospital for treatment. A case has been registered in this regard.

In another accident, a Tractor without number plate skidded and fell in a Nallah river near village Sugen, Budgam, in the jurisdiction of police station Khag, resulting in injuries to driver Nisar Ahmad, age 18 years, and Irshad Ahmad age 21 years, son of Ali Mohammad Malik resident of Wadipora Khag. Both the injured have been shifted to hospital for treatment. A case has been registered in this regard.

In another incident, a Tata Magic vehicle bearing registration number JK03C/8899 and Motorcycle bearing registration number JK03A/0276 collided near village Bona Dialgam, Anantnag, in the jurisdiction of police station Anantnag, resulting in injuries to the Motorcyclist Mofid Ahmad Mir son of Zulfkar Ahmad and two pillion Ajaz Ahmad Parray son of Ghulam Nabi and Junaid Ahmad Bhat son of Ghulam Nabi residents of Bona Dialgam. All the injured were shifted to hospital for treatment. A case has been registered in this regard.

In another accident, a Tata Sumo bearing registration number JK01K/2005 hit and injured an 08 years old girl Saima daughter of Javid Ahmad Bhat resident of Braripora near Braripora, Handwara, in the jurisdiction of police station Handwara. The injured has been shifted to Sub District Hospital, Handwara for treatment. A case has been registered in this regard.

In another accident, a Tata Mobile bearing registration number CH03/7440 hit and injured a pedestrian Javid Ahmad Peer son of Shamsudin resident of Kabab Marg near Hayan, Kupwara in the jurisdiction of police station Trehgam. The injured has been shifted to Sub District Hospital Kupwara for treatment.

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