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Four CRPF men, civilians Injured in road mishap in Baramulla

Suhail Khan

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Baramulla : At least four Central Reserve Police Force personnel (CRPF) and five civilians were injured in a road mishap in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Saturday afternoon.

Reports reaching Kashmir Indepth News said that a CRPF vehicle hit with a four wheeler (Tata Sumo) near Pandit Colony in north Kashmir’s Baramulla this afternoon.

In the mishap four CRPF personnel, five civilians received serious injuries and were rushed to District Hospital Baramulla for advance treatment.

However the identity of the injured civilians and CRPF men were not known immediately.

Meanwhile police took cognizance of this road accident.

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