1 killed, 5 hurt in road mishaps


Srinagar, Nov 08: One person died and five others were injured in different road accidents across the Kashmir Valley on Thursday.
A police spokesperson said, Ashiq Hussain Chechi son of Noor-ud-Din resident of Gund Kamal, Kralgund, Handwara who was injured in road traffic accident at Narbal on November 5 succumbed to his injuries at SKIMS, Soura, Srinagar.
He said, “A Tata Sumo bearing registration number JK01H/9963 hit a Motorcycle bearing registration number JK22/1376 at Monchwara, Shopian, in the jurisdiction of police station Keller, resulting in injuries to the Motorcyclist Bilal Ahmed Wani son of Mohammad Yousuf resident of Tangwani. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment”.
Motorcycle bearing registration number JK04B/5236 collided with a Tipper bearing registration number JK04B/2356 at Chadoora, Budgam, in the jurisdiction of police station Chadoora, resulting in injuries to Motorcyclist Gowhar Ahmad son of Mohammad Amin and pillion Shahid Ahmad son of Ghulam Qadir residents of Badipora, Chadoora. Both the injured were shifted to hospital for treatment.
A Mini bus bearing registration number JK05A/0631 hit and injured a lady Azi Begum , age 70 years, wife of Habibullah Teli resident of Arampora, Sopore, near Khawaja Bagh, Baramulla, in the jurisdiction of police station Baramulla. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment. An unidentified CRPF vehicle hit an unidentified Auto at Tolinowpora, Kulgam, in the jurisdiction of police station Kulgam, resulting in injuries to Shahid Mushtaq Bhat, age 25 years, son of Mushtaq Ahmad resident of Tarigam, Kulgam traveling in the Auto. The injured has been shifted to District Hospital Anantnag for treatment.

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