Father-son duo among 4 killed in mishaps
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Jammu, Jan 31: A father-son duo died in a mishap on Udhampur-Ramnagar road, while a driver working with Jai Parkash Industries died in a separate mishap at Chaderkote area of Ramban district.
Official sources said that a Wagon-R (JK02A-6653) on way from Ramnagar to Udhampur veered off the road and fell into a 50 feet deep gorge near Kaghot village, this afternoon.
All the three persons, including a father son duo, travelling in the car were killed, official said. They identified the deceased as Brij Mohan son of Krishan Lal and his son Manuj Gupta of Ramnagar and Basant Ram son of Kudu Ram of Kaghot.
Meanwhile, a driver working with JP Industries died when the jeep, he was driving, met with an accident at Chanderkote, this morning. The deceased has been identified Ishri Singh (33) son of Sher Singh of V Kamala district Dharmpur Bijnor (UP). The body of the deceased was kept at Government Hospital Mortuary and will be shifted to his ancestral village.
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