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3 youth burnt alive in car mishap
Barati among 3 killed in accidents
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JAMMU, Nov 20: Three youth including son of a cop were burnt alive when an Alto car they were travelling in caught fire due to mishap on Bye-pass road near Sainik Colony in the wee hours of this morning while three persons including a barati were killed and over dozen injured in other road mishaps in Jammu, Udhampur and Bhaderwah.

Police reports said that three youth were charred alive when the car travelling at a high speed, hit the road divider and then a wall. The car turned turtle and later caught fire in Sainik Colony area of the city around 2.00 AM.

Three persons travelling in the car failed to come out as the vehicle as it went up in flames and they were charred to death, police said, adding, the accident took place in the wee hours with no time to rescue all of them. The bodies were charred beyond recognition and their identities were ascertained later in the afternoon.

The deceased were identified as Shubam Sharma, 18, son of Babu Ram resident of Ram Nagar at present Lower Shiv Nagar Jammu, Sunil Kumar, 24, son of Constable Om Parkash also resident of Lower Shiv Nagar and Sandeep Singh, 23, son of Vikram Singh resident of Ganga Nagar, Bantalab.

One of the dead Sunil Kumar is son of a police constable Om Parkash posted at Police Post GMC. Om Parkash was unaware about the tragedy as the bodies were completely burnt and he came to know about his son’s death only after his son not returned home till afternoon. His son was working as photographer and was engaged in clicking marriage function, last night.

Police said that rashly driven Alto car bearing registration number JK02AC-3709, was on way from Narwal towards Kunjwani. When the car reached few meters short of Railway bridge near Sainik Colony, it collided with a road divider and then side wall and turned turtle at around 2 AM. The car caught fire due to leakage of petrol pipe and spark caused due to mishap and all three youth were burnt alive.

Police rushed to the spot and also called Fire tenders but all in vain. The youth found no opportunity to come out of the vehicle.

A minibus conductor was killed after he fell down from the minibus near Police naka Janipur on Muthi road, this morning.

The deceased has been identified as Babal, son of Waryam of Kot Bhalwal. The minibus driver escaped with vehicle and locals shifted the body to GMC hospital mortuary for autopsy.

Reports from Udhampur said that a pedestrian was crushed by a rashly driven truck at Jekhani on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, this evening.

The deceased has been identified as Mohinder Kumar, son of Munshi Ram of Jekhani.

Police said that he was walking on the highway side when a speeding truck crushed him resulting in his on the spot death.

Reports from Bhaderwah said that a student of 7th class identified as Inderjeet Singh son of Sunil Manhas of Manthola was killed when the matador bearing registration number JK06-0869, skidded off the road and plunged into a gorge at Balote Chinta. The matador was carrying the barat from Keriyan to Chinta.

The injured were identified as Kundan Kumar, 30, son of Ram Nath of Kerhi Chinta, Romesh Kotwal, 35, son of Jai Raj Kotwal of Chinta, Vijay Kumar, 50, son of Sansar Chand of Chinta, Neetu Devi, 30, wife of Sunil Kumar of Mothola, Alka Devi, 30, wife of Romesh Kumar of Chinta.

The cops of Police Post Bhalara at the locals rushed to the spot and rescued the injured to SDH Bhaderwah for treatment.

Condition of all injured was said to be stable.


News Updated at : Wednesday, November 21, 2012
 
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