2 die, 5 injured in road mishaps
Srinagar, Nov 13: There seems to be unending surge in number of road mishaps in Jammu and Kashmir with traffic department unable to check the rash driving on the roads.
Two persons died and other five were injured in different road accidents across Kashmir.
A Tipper bearing registration number JK04A/0447 driven by Mushtaq Ahmad Lone son of Muhammad Akbar resident of Gagal Lolab, Kupwara while unloading construction material in Airport premises, Budgam falling under the jurisdiction of police station Budgam hit one Manzoor Ahmad Rather son of Ghulam Rasool resident of Kadlabal Pampore, resulting in his on spot death.
His body was handed over to his relatives. Police has registered a case in this regard.
Also an accident took place between a Maruti Van bearing registration number JK01N/7495 and a Truck bearing registration number JK01B/4067 near Sonamarg market, Ganderbal falling under the jurisdiction of police station Kangan, resulting in on spot death of Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Sarwal son of Abdul Rehman resident of Sarbal, Sonamarg and injury to a Farooq Ahmad Najar son of Muhammad Jamal resident of Margund Kangan. Body handed over to his relatives for last rites, while the injured has been shifted to hospital for treatment.
A Tata Indica bearing registration JK14B/2019 driven by Surinder Kumar son of Ratan Chand resident of Kunala Udhampur hit and injured one person namely Ghulam Muhammad Parray son of Muhammad Subhan resident of Bonagam Kunzar at Gokh Kunzar, Baramulla falling under the jurisdiction of police station Kunzar. Injured was shifted to hospital for treatment. Police has registered a case in this regard.
A Sumo bearing registration number JK05/9380 driven by unidentified person hit one Van bearing registration number JK09/1635 driven by Shabir Ahmad Malik son of Ghulam Ahmad resident of Trehgam Kupwara at Tikker Kupwara falling under the jurisdiction of police station Kupwara, resulting in injuries to three persons namely Ultaf Khazir age 25 daughter of Khazir Muhammad Mir, Maimoona Bano age 26 years daughter of Ghulam Ahmad Mir residents of Syed Abad Kupwara and Firdous Ahmad Malik age 32 years son of Wali Mohammad resident of Bonpora Trehgam, Kupwara. Driver of Van also sustained injuries. Injured have been shifted to hospital for treatment. Police has registered a case in this regard.
A Santo Car bearing registration number JK01N/8449 collided with an Auto bearing registration number JK01H/2530 at T.K College, Srinagar falling under the jurisdiction of police station Parimpora, resulting in injuries to Auto driver namely Muhammad Waseem Khanday son of Muhammad Yousuf resident of Eidgah Srinagar and passenger Mohammad Yousuf Khanday son of Abdul Gaffar resident of Narbal. The injured have been shifted to hospital for treatment.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 12 Nov 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 12 Nov 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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