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In 5 hours Kashmir records four deaths, Now a man dies of electrocution

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Srinagar, July 05 (KINS): Now a man died of electrocution in Arampora village of Sumbal in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, this is third death in Kashmir in a day , earlier three persons died of COVID-19.

According to reports a 35-year-old man died after coming in contact with a high tension (HT) line while he was axing down some trees in his locality. However he was rushed to nearby hospital where doctors declared him brought dead on arrival.

A police officer confirming this incident to KINS said a 35-year-old man Identified as Mohammad Ramzan Teli, son of Sonaullah Teli of Arampora Sumbal died of electrocution. The officer said a case has been registered and further investigation has been teken up.(KINS)

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