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35 year old man dies after being hit by speedy vehicle in Sopore

Sopore : A 35 year old man died after he was hit by speedy vehicle in north Kashmir’s Sopore on Saturday evening.

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Reports reaching said a 35 year old man identified as Mushtaq Ahmed Mir son of Ghulam Mahiddin Mir resident of Haripora Wahipora was hit and injured critically by an unknown Tata Mobile vehicle at main market Seelu Sopore on Saturday evening.

He was rushed to local hospital where doctors declared him brought dead.
Meanwhile police has taken cognizance of this accident.

Pertinally, Three persons including a woman were killed in a tragic road accident, near Pattan town of North Kashmir district Baramulla on Saturday when a Tavera vehicle under registration No: JK 05D 3658, hit a scooter coming from opposite side head on. This resulted in on spot death of 3 persons including a woman.

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