1 killed, 9 injured in road accidents across Valley


Srinagar : One person was killed while nine others were injured in different road accidents in the valley, police said on Thursday.

In Srinagar, a Scooty bearing registration number JK01AC-4816 driven by Abdul Rashid Bhat resident of Baghi-Nund Singh Chattabal collided with a Bus bearing registration number JK01B-4816 driven by Nazir Ahmad  Dar  resident of Tankipora, Srinagar at Tengpora near Bridge in the jurisdiction of Police Station Sadder, resulting in injuries to the scooty rider. The injured was shifted to Bone & Joints Hospital, Srinagar for treatment, where doctors declared him brought dead. After completion of medico legal formalities, the body of the deceased was handed over to his legal heirs for last rites.

In Kupwara, an Alto car bearing registration number JK09A-3995 driven by Farooq Ahmad Lone resident of Gazriyal, Kupwara and a Tavera vehicle bearing registration number JK01M-9803 driven by Showkat Ahmad Lone resident of Lone Herri, Kupwara collided at Goguloosa in the jurisdiction of Police Station Trehgam, resulting in injuries to four commuters. All the injured persons were shifted to Sub District Hospital Kupwara for treatment, wherefrom two of the injured were shifted to SMHS Hospital, Srinagar for further treatment. Kupwara police has registered a case in this regard.

In Kulgam, a Santro vehicle bearing registration number JK01M-0566 collided with a Van bearing registration number JK04D-5498 at Gulab Bagh, resulting in injuries to five commuters. All the injured persons were shifted to Qazigund Hospital for treatment. Kulgam police has registered a case in this regard.

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