2 die, 6 hurt in road mishaps
Srinagar, June 14: Two persons were killed and six others injured in different road accidents across Kashmir on Tuesday.
Police said Ghulam Muhammad Shah son of Muhammad Yousuf of Chursoo Pulwama was critically injured when he was hit by an Auto Rickshaw (JK01A/5313). He was shifted to SMHS hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. Police has registered a case and started investigation.
Police said Mushtaq Ahmad Ganaie son of Ghulam Muhammad of Krankshivan Sopore, who was injured in a road accident a few months ago, succumbed to his injuries at SKIMS Soura today.
Police said a Motorcycle driven by Umar Majeed Mir of Aali Kadal, Srinagar hit and injured a tourist Robin Mangal Bal wife of Mangal Bai of Mumbai at Gagribal Buchwara. She was shifted to hospital for treatment.
Meanwhile, a Truck (JK08/8731) hit an Auto Rickshaw (JK01D/1598) at Fateh Kadal here resulting in injuries to its driver identified as Riyaz Ahmad Lone son of Ghulam Qadir of Bagh-e-Sunderbani Chattabal. He was shifted to hospital for treatment.
Police said a Sumo (JK01F/7958) collided with a Motorcycle Yamaha at Magray Pora Sopore, resulting in injuries to Motorcyclist identified as Muzamil Hassan War and pillion mate Umar Mushtaq of Warpora Sopore. They were shifted to hospital for treatment.
A Motorcycle (JK05A/0976) hit and injured Bilal Ahmad Wani and Irfan Ahmad Wani, sons of Firdous Ahmad Wani of Vijpora at Hajin. They have been hospitalized.
An Alto (JK02X/4624) collided with a Wagon-R (JK01M/2970) at Chursoo Awantipora resulting in damage to both the vehicles. However, no loss of life or injury was reported in the incident. Police has registered cases in all the incidents and taken up investigation
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