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4 dead, five other injured in Doda Sumo accident
4/21/2017 10:44:18 AM


Asif Iqbal Naik

Jammu April 21: In another tragic road accident on Chenab Valley roads, at least four people died​ while five other sustain injuries when a vehicle in which they were traveling meet with an accident near Khelani on Kishtwar-Batote National Highway some 165 KM from Jammu. The dead included​ one women.
As per the details available with "Early Times", I'll fated vehicle bearing registration No.PB 32A-9851 (Sumo) meet with an accident when the driver of the vehicle lost his control over the vehicle as a result of which it skidded off the road and roll down around 30 meters before it landed on the lower lap of the road near Gursoo Khelani .
A senior police offical in Doda told the "Early Times" that the I'll fated vehicle was on way from Jammu to Gundoh when to the incident took place at around 7 AM in the morning added that four passengers died on the spot while as five other sustained injured, and they were shifted to District Hospital Doda. The condition of some of the injured person is said to be critical and efforts are being made to airlift some of them to Government Medical College Jammu for specialized treatment .
As per hospital authorities, the deceased has been identified as Khadam Hussain s/o Abdul Gani , Haji Ali , Haji Qasam and Bakhya Begum w/o Hassan Din all residents of Chilli Bhalessa in Doda District .The injured were identifies as Hassan Din s/o Jamal Din R/o Bhalla Bhaderwah , Hanifa Banoo d/o Layaqat Ali , Layaqat Ali s/o Hassan Din , Shaida Banoo​ d/o Abdul Qayoom , Talib Hussain s/o Nazir Ahmed , all residents of Chilli Bhalessa.
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