21 injured in mishaps

Srinagar, July 13: At least 21 persons were injured in separate road accidents across Kashmir on Saturday.
 In a statement a police spokesman said 11 persons were injured when a mini bus Tata 407 (JK09-16170) they were traveling in met with an accident at Chookibalan, Kralpora in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district this afternoon.
 In another accident, police said a mini bus (JK03-8817) hit and injured a child, Munsif son of Parshu of Uranhal in Bijbehara area of Islamabad. Police said a Santro car (JK03A-6931) collided with a Motorcycle (DL95AE-3507) on KP Road at Mattan area of the southern Kashmir district, resulting in injuries to the motorcyclist Zakir Hussain Malik of Khayar and Pillion Nisar Ahmad Wagay of Nambal. 
 In another accident, police said a Tata sumo (JK03A-7943) met with an accident at Poshinari in Uttrasoo, Islamabad resulting in injuries to three persons who were traveling in it. 
 Police said a Scorpio vehicle (JK05D-1532) hit a Scooty (JK05C-8239) at Kralhar, Baramulla, near FCI, resulting in injuries to Scooty rider Abdul Rashid Lone son of Muhammad Sultan of Uskhkara. 
 Police said a Maruti car (JK05C-7550) hit a motorcycle bearing (JK04A-6093) at Chanapora in Tangmarg, resulting in injuries three persons who were riding the motorcycle.

Lastupdate on : Sat, 13 Jul 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 13 Jul 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sun, 14 Jul 2013 00:00:00 IST




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