02 persons injured in road accidents

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02 persons injured in road accidents

 

SRINAGAR, SEP 07 (PTK): Two persons were injured in two separate road accidents in Anantnag and Srinagar.

 

In Anantnag, a Scooty bearing registration number DL95AY-5533 driven by Arif Ahmad Ganaie resident of Ashmuqam hit and injured a lady namely Jawhara Begum resident of Salia at Ashmuqam Bridge. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment. Anantnag police has registered a case in this regard.

 

In Srinagar, an I-10 car bearing registration number JK03B-2261 hit and injured a pedestrian namely Ghulam Hassan Sofi resident of Baran Pather Batamaloo near Labour Commissioner Office Mominabad in the jurisdiction of Police Station Batamaloo.

 

The injured was shifted to Bone and Joint Hospital Srinagar for treatment. Srinagar police has registered a case in this regard. (PTK)

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