Kupwara, Oct. 17: On Tuesday afternoon, a multi-vehicle accident in the Tutigund region of the Kupwara district of north Kashmir resulted in at least nine injuries.
According to an official, four vehicles—a Celerio, an i10 Grand, an Eco, and a passenger bus—were involved in the multi-vehicle collision, which resulted in nine injuries.
He said that the bus, which was headed for Srinagar, flipped a turtle, injuring nine people.
According to the official, “following the incident, locals and J&K Police launched a rescue operation and evacuated the injured to Government Medical College (GMC) Handwara, where all the injured were treated.”
A GMC Handwara officer confirmed that nine wounded people had been brought in.
He said that all of the wounded were healing quickly.
The official identified the injured as Abdullah, son of Gul Malik of KhagShuglipora; Maqsod Ahmad Mir, son of Ali Muhammad; Zarifa Begum, wife of Abdul Majeed of Lolab; YasirMajeedShiekh, son of Abdul Majeed of Sogam; Faiz Ahmad, son of Majnun Ahmad Lone of Maglora; Waheeda Begum, wife of Bashir Ahmad of Wasuna; RukayaRasool, wife of SaleemYousufParray of ChoruSopore; Mehvish Jan, daughter of Sultan Bhat of Drugmulla; and Fancy, wife of Lateef Kumar of Pattan.