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January 7, 2016 10:40 pm

2 die in road mishaps, girl consumes poison

SRINAGAR: Two persons died while four others were injured in different road accidents across the valley. A girl consumed some poisonous substance in Kokernag area of Islamabad last evening, police said on Thursday. 

A Maruti car bearing registration number BL2CL-0208 hit and injured two pedestrians identified as Manzoor Ahmad Bhat and Mohammad Amin Bhat residents of Poniwa Kulgam at Poniwa. Among the injured Manzoor Ahmad was succumbed to his injuries on way to the SKIMS Hospital.

In Srinagar, a truck bearing registration number JK05A-9676 hit a Scooty bearing registration number JK01AA-7726 at Bypass Nowgam near Batra Petrol Pump Pahroo Chowk, resulting in on spot death to the Scooty rider Ishfaq Yousuf Wani son of Mohammad Yousuf resident of Suthoo Kathair Bagh Nowgam.

In Sopore, a Tavera vehicle bearing registration number JK01P-9974 hit and injured a pedestrian identified as Ghulam Hassan Dar resident of Shangergund near Shangergund Crossing. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment.

Meanwhile, a Maruti car bearing registration number JKOIG-6894 hit and injured two pedestrians Shakir Ahmad Bhat and Ishfaq Ahmad Dar residents of Seer Jagir near Railway Bypass Tarzoo.  Both the injured were shifted to JVC Hospital Bemina for treatment.

According to the reports, a girl (name withheld) resident of Larnoo Kokernag consumed some poisonous substance at her home.

She was immediately shifted to the District Hospital for treatment.

Meanwhile, two persons died while four others were injured in different road accidents across the valley.


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