Seven killed in accidents across province

Published: November 24, 2019


QUETTA: At least 7 people, including women and children, were killed and 6 others suffered injuries in various accidents across the province.

According to details, one-year-old Muddasir died due to electrocution near Quetta’s Goli Maar Chowk while another child was killed on the spot after being hit by a motorcycle. Casualties were also reported in a collision between a car and a passenger vehicle.

The police shifted the deceased and the injured to the hospital and handed over the dead bodies to the family members after necessary formalities.

In another incident, Edhi recovered an unidentified body near Khezi Chowk in Quetta and shifted it to the Civil Hospital. However, the identity of the corpse could not be ascertained till late in the night.

Meanwhile, three more people on a motorcycle were injured after being hit by a truck in Dera Bugti.

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The wounded were given initial medical aid and were later shifted to Rahim Yar Khan for further treatment.

In another unfortunate incident, police said a man named Mukhtar Ahmed committed suicide after a domestic quarrel with Muzar Ali in Naseerebad. His dead body was handed over to the family after completion of legal formalities.

Earlier, unknown armed men on Friday opened fire and injured a teenager named Zakarya, who later succumbed to his injuries in the hospital.

In another incident, a nephew injured his uncle with a bullet. The police shifted the wounded person to the hospital and registered a case in this regard.

Furthermore, according to police, armed men opened fire and killed a woman over an old enmity and fled from the scene in Naseerebad.

A three-year-old child drowned in sewerage water that had accumulated in front of a house.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 24th, 2019.

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