4 injured in road mishaps
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, July 16: At least four persons were injured in separate road mishaps across Jammu region in the past 24 hours.
Official sources said that two persons, identified as Sunny son of and Parshotam son of Dhani Ram of Sidha Colony sustained injuries when a tractor in which they were traveling turned turtle on the road at Sidha village of Katra .
Two more person sustained injuries after an Alto car had an head on collision with a tipper at Poni Chak area. The injured have been identified as Paviteer Kumar son of Balwant of Akalpur and Pawan Kumar son of Prem Chand of Patta Bohri, official sources said.
The injured were rushed to the government medical college hospital. Police have initiated inquest proceedings in the case and further investigation is on.
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