Boy killed, 3 injured in mishaps
Srinagar, Nov 7: A boy was killed and three others injured in road accidents in the Valley.
A Sumo (JK05A-4375) crushed a boy Abdul Hamid son of Ghulam Hassan Mir of Neeru at Neeru Gurez, police said adding the body was handed over to legal heirs for last rites. The driver of the vehicle has been arrested and police has registered a case.
A CRPF vehicle (MHV14-2461) of 118 Bn hit an auto rickshaw (KMT-545) at Nunar Ganderbal injuring three persons. The injured were identified as Mehvish Jan daughter of Ghulam Qadir Parray, Asha daughter of Bashir Ahmad Parray and Sonaullah Tali son of Abdullah Tali of Takiya Pandach, Ganderbal. The wounded have been hospitalized, police said adding a case had been registered.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 7 Nov 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
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