4 Killed, 7 Injured In Doda Accident

DODA — Four passengers were killed and seven others injured after a vehicle skidded off the road and rolled down into a deep gorge in Ganga Soti area of Gandoh in Doda district of Jammu region.

Reports said that the sumo (JK06-4986) over turned near Gangal Soti and rolled down into around 200 ft deep gorge.

In the mishap, four passengers died on the spot while as seven others were injured critically, they said.

Confirming the incident, Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Sanjeev Verma said that four persons died on the spot and several others injured in the mishap.

He said that a rescue operation was immediately launched and injured has been evacuated to nearby SDH Gandoh where from they have been referred to district hospital Doda for specialized treatment.

Meanwhile, a police officer identified the deceased as Usha Devi (30) wife of Sukh Dev of Saroo Khal Jugassar, Mubarak Hussain (16) son of Shah Din of Alni villag, Sapna Devi (22) wife of Chaman Lal of Sairu Khal Jugassar and  Povitra Devi (30) daughter of Amar Chand of Jugassar.

Injured persons have been identified as Ashiq Hussain 29 S/o Ali Mohammad R/o Kota Khrangal,  Munisha Devi 28 W/o Vinod Kymar R/o Bhatoli, Sher Mohammad 38 S/o Mahmadoo Mir R/o Soti, Om Devi 52 W/o Amar Chad R/o Jugassar, Swarn Singh 26 S/o Tek Chand R/o Seru Khal Jugassar, Manmohan Singh 30 S/o Om Singh R/o Khal Jugassar, Amar Singh 54 S/o Jagat Ram R/o Jugassar, Geeta Devi W/o Chatar Singh R/o Lajoo Khal Jugassar and Tariq Hussain 29 S/o Shah Mohammad R/o Kakoo.

He said that a case has been registered and further investigations taken up. (With GNS Inputs)

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