5 killed, 4 hurt in road mishaps
Srinagar, Nov 8: Five persons were killed and four others injured in road accidents across the Valley.
Two persons were killed when a tipper (JK02B-3395) they were travelling in turned turtle at Bobi Top, Kupwara. The deceased have been identified as Bashir Ahmad Bhat, 40, son of Abdul Jabbar of Badi Nambal, Trehgam and Abdul Qayoom Wani, 18, son of Abdul Majeed of Khargund, Kupwara.
Three persons including the driver were critically wounded in the incident, police said adding the injured had been referred to Srinagar hospital from sub-district hospital Kralpora.
A vehicle (JK05A-9423) hit Bashir Ahmad Ganaie of Panzla Sopore near Government Middle School Panzla, Baramulla killing him on the spot, police said adding a case had been registered.
A tipper (JK01H-3981) hit a scooter (JK01-4886) at Pahroo Chowk Nowgam killing the rider Muhammad Ashraf Lone son of Abdul Rehman of Pamposh colony Natipora Srinagar police said adding the body of the deceased was handed over to relatives for last rites.
An unidentified tipper hit a scooter (JKD-5475) near Power House, Ganderbal killing Ghulam Nabi Sheikh son of Muhammad Siddiq of Beehama Ganderbal and injuring Ali Muhammad Sheikh son of Aziz Sheikh of Dudebugh Baramulla. Police has registered a case.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 8 Nov 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 8 Nov 2010 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 9 Nov 2010 00:00:00 IST
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