One dead, six hurt in road accidents across Kashmir
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One dead, six hurt in road accidents across Kashmir

One person died while six others were injured in different road accidents across the valley, police said today.

One person died while six others were injured in different road accidents across the valley, police said today.

In Kulgam, a motorcycle driven by Abid Hussain Matoo son of Mushtaq Ahmad resident of waltango Kund, Qazigund skidded of the road near Razoo hospital in the jurisdiction of Police Station Qazigund, resulting in injuries to the motorcyclist, a statement issued today said.

The injured succumbed to injuries while on way to a hospital.

A load carrier bearing registration number JK18-2977 collided with a motorcycle near Yaripora in the jurisdiction of Police Station D.H Pora, resulting in injuries to the motorcyclist Shabir Ahmad Malik resident of Homepathri. 

The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment.

In Anantang, a motorcycle bearing registration number JK13C-4677 driven by Pervaiz Ahmad Bhat resident of Marhama met with an accident near Donipora Sangam in the jurisdiction of Police Staiton Bijbehara, resulting in injuries to the motorcyclist and pillion mate Shahzad Ahmad Bhat resident of Marhama. 

Both the injured were shifted to Sub District Hospital Bijbehara for treatment where from Pervaiz Ahmad was referred to SKIMS Soura, Srinagar for further treatment.

In Budgam, a motorcycle bearing registration number JK04C-5385 met with an accident at Satmulla Loolipora in the jurisdiction of Police Station Chrar-i-Sharif, resulting in injuries to the motorcyclist Bashir Ahmad Khanday and pillion mate Showkat Hussain Dar residents of Loolipora, Chadoora. 

Both the injured were shifted to SMHS Hospital, Srinagar for treatment.

A Maruti car bearing registration number JK01U-3991 driven by Mohammad Maqbool Dar resident of Gogoo hit and injured a Pedestrian Mst Sara resident of Rayar Yach in the jurisdiction of Police Station Khan Sahib. 

The injured was shifted to SKIMS Soura, Srinagar for treatment.

Police have registered cases and taken up investigations in all these cases, the statement added.

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