7 Injured in Road Mishaps, Fire Damages 3 Houses

KL Report

SRINAGAR

Seven persons were injured in different road accidents across the valley while three residential houses were damaged in fire, a police statement said on Sunday afternoon.

The statement giving details said:

A motorcycle bearing registration number JK04A/0091 hit and injured two pedestrians Mohammad Maqbool Bhat son in law of Abdul Ahad Baba and his wife Misra Bano at Wandhama Bypass, Ganderbal. Both the injured were shifted to hospital for treatment. Meanwhile, a Maruti car bearing registration number JK18/8142 hit and injured a pedestrian Mehraj Javid Tantray son of Javid Ahmad Trantray resident of Kodder Kelam at Koddar, Devsar Kulgam. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment.

In another accident, an unknown motorcycle bearing registration number JK01H/0943 hit and injured a pedestrian Ghulam Ahmad Malik son of Habibullah resident of Cheerpora at Cheerpora, Utrasoo Islamabad. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment.

In another road accident, A Wagon-R car bearing registration number DL2CAL/3341 turned turle at Reshipora Singhpora, Pattan Baramulla resulting in injuries to two childrens boarding in the car. Both the injured were discharged after first aid.

An Alto car bearing registration number JK01J/1525 hit and injured Zareefa Begum, wife of Mohammad Shafi Panzoo, resident of Awatkul at Nunnusa, Kupwara. She was shifted t hospital for treatment.

The statement added that fire broke out in the residential house of Mohammad Sadiq Bakal and Gudown of Shah Electronics at Koker Bazar, Maisuma in Srinagar resulting in damage to the house and Gudown.

In another fire incident, fire broke out in the Kitchen of Peer Abdul Majid Sofi son of Abdul Ahad at Zainakote, resulting in partial damage to the Kitchen.

In another incident, fire broke out in the Kiryana shop of Fareed Ahmad Wangoo son of Ghulam Rasool resident of Sidiq Colony, in the jurisdiction of Police Station Sopore, resulting in partial damage to the shop.

Fire was brought under control by fire tenders and Police.

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