SRINAGAR: An 18 year old youth was knocked to death by a speeding private car near Nowgam while one more died in an accident in the valley, police sources said.
An unidentified Santro Car hit an 18 year old Mohammad Ashraf Dar, resident of Marval, Pulwama at Railway Tunnel, Tengen Nowgam, Srinagar, resulting in his on the spot death, police said adding a case was registered in this regard.
Adul Jabbar (38), son of Ali Mohammad, a resident of Delina, Baramulla who was critically injured in an accident on highway near Sangrama, Sopore on Tuesday succumbed to his injuries at SKIMS, Soura today.
A Tipper bearing registration number JK13A/5680 driven by one Muzaffar Ahmad Wagay son of Ghulam Rasool resident of Mughal Gund, Qazigund hit a truck bearing registration number JK02E/4984 which in turn hit a parked truck bearing registration number JK02AN/2155 at Doonipora, on the National Highway, Anantnag.
The Tipper and Truck bearing registration JK02E/4984 were damaged in the accident. A case has been registered in this regard.
A load carrier hit and injured a pedestrian Sheikh Aabid son of Farooq Ahmed resident of Manigam near Town Hall, Ganderbal. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment. Further details were awaited.
TATA Sumo bearing registration number JK05A/0988 driven by Nazir Ahmad Khan son of Abdul Rashid resident of Brain and another Sumo bearing registration number JK01K/4197 driven by Owais Ahmad Ahanger son of Nazir Ahmad resident of Malbag Hazratbal collided head on near Chashma Shahi crossing in which one person Mohammad Maqbool Khan son of Mukhtar Ahmad resident of Watalpora, Tangmarg got injured. The injured was shifted to SMHS Hospital, Srinagar for treatment.
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