1 killed, 6 injured in road mishaps
Srinagar, June 29: One person was killed and six others injured in separate road accidents across the Valley.
A motorcyclist was killed when his two wheeler (JK03B-9771) collided with an army vehicle (ALSO3D154959N) driven by Naik Ram Rattan (No. 15398429N) near T T Gate B B Cantonment Sonwar, here, police said, adding the deceased had been identified as Umar Farooq, 26, son of Farooq Ahmad of Achabal Islamabad (Anantnag). Police said the pillion mate Mohsin, 20, son of Ghulam Muhammad of Achabal Islamabad (Anantnag) was also wounded in the incident.
A vehicle (JK18-2342) hit and injured Peer Adil Mubarak, 19, son of Peer Mubarak of Gudder at Gudder Kulgam.
A vehicle (JK05-8678) hit and injured a pedestrian Ghulam Nabi Malla son of Ghulam Muhammad of Takiyabal Sopore at Arampora, Sopore.
A car (chassis number 1851463) turned turtle at Khirbal, Islamabad (Anantnag) injuring three persons, police added.
2 CONSUME POISON
Two persons attempted suicide by consuming some poisonous substance at their respective homes.
A woman of Wadder Balla, Zachaldara Handwara attempted suicide by allegedly consuming some poisonous substance at her home, police said adding the woman was shifted to sub-district hospital where from she was referred to SMHS hospital for treatment.
A girl of Mandipora Dooru, Islamabad (Anantnag) also attempted to end her life allegedly by consuming some poisonous substance at her home, police said adding the girl had been hospitalized.
A 36-year-old porter died due to cardiac arrest at Sheshnag along the Pahalgam-Amarnath cave route in Islamabad (Anantnag) on Wednesday, raising the death toll in this year's yatra to two.
Abdul Rahman Wani, who was accompanying a group of yatris to the 3,880 metre high cave, complained of chest pain at Sheshnag camp, official sources said.
They said Wani died before he could be given treatment by the medical team stationed at the camp.
Yesterday, a pilgrim from Rajasthan died due to cardiac arrest at Baltal base camp. PTI
2 SHOPPING COMPLEXES DAMAGED
Fire broke out in two shopping complexes of Bashir Ahmad Wani son of Muhammad Maqbool of Diver and Mir Alam son of Ghulam Khan of Diver at diver Market, Kupwara causing damage to both the complexes during the intervening night of June 27/28.
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