SRINAGAR: A motorcyclist was knocked to death by a speeding Sumo on Srinagar-Jammu highway near Bijbehara while at least five persons were injured in different road accidents across the Kashmir valley in last 24 hours.
A vehicle hit a motor cycle bearing registration number JK01L/8535 at Kanelwan near check post, falling under the jurisdiction of Police Station Bijbehara, resulting in injuries to the motorcyclist Farooq Faiz Wani son of Ghulam Rasool Wani of Kalnathpora, Hawal Srinagar. The injured motorcyclist succumbed to his injuries while on way to hospital. The body of deceased was handed over to his legal heirs for last rites, police said adding Bijbehara police has registered a case in this regard.
Meanwhile, a Tata Sumo bearing registration number JK08A/3641 met with an accident at national highway near Ziyarat Mantaqui Sahab, Awantipora, falling under the jurisdiction of Police Station Awantipora, resulting in injuries to three passengers. All the injured were shifted to hospital for treatment.
In another accident, a Sumo bearing registration number JK08A/5070 hit and injured a forty years old Bilal Ahmad Ahanger son of Abdul Slam Ahanger resident of Khanmoh Srinagar near Toll Post Qazigund. The injured has been shifted to hospital for treatment. Qazigund Police has registered a case in this regard.
In another accident, a motorcycle hit and injured a 28 years old Shah Firdous son of Ghulam Mohammad resident of Rappora near Wathora, in the jurisdiction of Police Station Chadoora. The injured has been shifted to hospital for treatment. Police has registered a case in this regard.
In another accident, a Tata Sumo bearing registration number Jk05/6858 on way from Srinagar to Sopore collided with an Auto load carrier at NHW Tapper, in the jurisdiction of police station Pattan, resulting in injuries to the driver of the load carrier. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment. Police has registered a case in this regard.
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