SRINAGAR – Two persons died and fourteen others were injured in different road accidents across the Kashmir Valley.
According to the police spokesperson, an accident took place between a Maruti Car bearing registration number JK05C/0314 and a Motorcycle bearing registration number JK09/5529, at Khanpora, Delina, Baramulla, jurisdiction of police station Baramulla, resulting into death of Mohammad Amin Malla, age 27 years, son of Abdul Khaliq resident of Arampora, Sopore and Dawood Ahmad Sheikh, age 19 years, son of Azad Ahmad resident of Shahabad, Sopore and injuries to Zeeshan Zargar, age 35 years, son of Ghulam Nabi resident of Sherwani Colony, Baramulla and Umer Sheikh resident of Sopore. Both the injured were shifted to hospital for treatment. A case has been registered in this regard.
An accident took place between a Tata Sumo bearing registration number JK09/5547 and another Tata sumo bearing registration number JK01G/7552 at Hyder Beigh near TCP National Highway, Baramulla, jurisdiction of police station Pattan, resulting in injuries to nine passengers. All the injured were shifted to hospital for treatment. A case has been registered in this regard.
A Tata Magic without registration number rammed into a sand dune near Tamiloo, Kulgam, jurisdiction of police station Kulgam, resulting in injuries to three persons including driver of the said vehicle. Injured were shifted to hospital for treatment, where from Yawar Hamid son of Abdul Hamid and Ramiz Ahmad Bhat son of Ghulam Mohammad resident of Katrasoo were referred to SKIMS, Soura, Srinagar for further treatment. A case has been registered in this regard.
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