Child killed, 48 hurt in JK road mishaps
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar/Jammu, June 10: A child was killed and 48 others, including a deputy director were wounded in separate road mishaps across the Jammu and Kashmir.
In Kashmir, a Sumo (JK09-1691) hit and critically wounded Sajid Tanveer Khan of Kulangam, Handwara at Kulangam. According to police, Sajid succumbed to injuries in the hospital. The driver Tariq Ahmad Bhat has been arrested.
A car (JK01N-3877) collided with a bus (JK01L-4715) of Delhi Public School at Bypass, Nowgam here injuring two persons Waseem Hussain of Boulevard and Shahnawaz Majeed of Tulsibagh.
A Sumo (JK04-8111) met with an accident at Kanipora here injuring five persons Nazir Ahmad Khan of Kanihama, Abdul Majeed Bhat, Shakeel Ahmad Dar, Bilal Ahmad Sofi and Ashi-Noor of Checkpora.
A Sumo (JK01C-7902) hit and injured two boys near Tibia College, Saida Kadal Rainawari, who were ridding a cycle. The wounded are Owais Maqbool Beigh and Faisal Ahmad Beigh of Saida Kadal.
A motorcycle (JK03-7291) skidded off the road at Bonigam Kulgam injuring the rider Shabir Ahmad Bhat of D. K Marg and his pillion Lateef Ahmad Sheikh of Nowshehra Islamabad.
A Tipper hit an Auto Rickshaw (JK05A-4867) at Nadipal Bandipora injuring Parvez Ahmad of Kulhama, Salman Farooq Lone of Rampora, Sabrina Begum of Rampora and Muhammad Rafiq Lone.
In Jammu, at least thirty persons, most of them pilgrims of Shadra Sharief Shrine, were injured when an overcrowded passenger vehicle plunged into a gorge in Rajouri district, on Thursday.
Police said the driver of the mini-bus ((JK11-4399)) lost control over the vehicle leading to the mishap near Shadra Sharief Shrine.
Fourty-five persons were traveling in the vehicle, out of which 30 were injured, a senior police officer told Greater Kashmir.
A vehicle, in which Planning Department Deputy Director, Subash Kumar was travelling, was hit by a truck on Jammu-Srinagar highway at Shatani Nallah today, police said. Kumar and two others were injured in the incident, they said.
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Lastupdate on : Thu, 10 Jun 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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