One dead, three injured in road accidents

Kathua, June 18
In a tragic road accident a pedestrian died at Nagri- Kathua link road, while three people injured in Motorcycle-Scooty collision at Palli-Nagri road on Saturday late night. According to reports a pedestrian was seriously injured after a Bus no. JK08B 1307 hit him at near Batti morh area. Locals of the area shifted the injured to district hospital Kathua, where doctor declared him brought dead. Deceased has been identified as Ram Singh S/o Sant Sing R/o Nagri. After the autopsy the body was handed over to family members for cremation. The Kathua Police has registered a case under relevant section and seized the vehicle. In another accident the two girl and man seriously injured when a bike collided with scooty near Nihalpur. Resulting three people seriously injured. They were shifted by Police to District Hospital Kathua for treatment where their condition is stated to be critical. Doctors after giving first aid treatment to injured refered Surjit Kumar S/o Om Parkash R/o Narote to GMC Jammu. While other injured were identified as Tanya D/o Raj Kishore R/o Barwal and Samriti D/o Ashok Kuamar R/o Bigwa. Kathua police has registered a case in this regard.

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