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Srinagar: Six persons were injured in different road accidents across the valley.
In Kupwara, a Tata Sumo bearing registration number JK05D-1647 hit and injured Tanveer Ahmad Sheikh resident of Khawadpora at Khawadpora Karnah. The injured has been shifted to Sub District Hospital Tangdar for treatment. Kupwara Police has registered a case in this regard.
In Srinagar, a Tata Sumo bearing registration number JK04B-1751 and Scooty bearing registration number JK02AK-8583 collided near Marhaba Shopping Complex Qamarwari, resulting in injuries to a person identified as Aijaz Ahmad resident of Kargil. The injured was shifted to the hospital for treatment. Srinagar police has registered a case in this regard.
In Anantnag, a Santro Car bearing registration number JK03B-9237 hit and injured a pedestrian Syed Ghulam Hassan resident of Hiller Arhama at Hiller Kokernag. The injured was shifted to SKIMS Soura for treatment. Anantnag Police has registered a case in this regard.
In Kulgam, a Tipper bearing registration number JK22-0353 hit and injured a pedestrian Zakir Ahmad Malik resident of Nain Batpora at Wanpoh. The injured was shifted to District Hospital Anantnag for treatment. Kulgam police has registered a case in this regard.
In Sopore, an Alto-800 car bearing registration number JK05E-6361 collided with a Maruti Van bearing registration number JK05E-4327 at Trumbund Tarzoo resulting in injuries to Van driver and another person. Both the injured were shifted to the hospital for treatment. Sopore police has registered a case in this regard.
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