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Two killed in Mohali accidents

Two persons were killed and another sustained injuries in separate road mishaps in different parts of Mohali district during the past 24 hours,the police said.

Written by Express News Service | Mohali |
February 17, 2011 1:31:01 am

Two persons were killed and another sustained injuries in separate road mishaps in different parts of Mohali district during the past 24 hours,the police said here Wednesday. Daljit Singh,30,of Hoshiarpur village in Mohali,was killed while his friend Jasbir Singh,35,of Takkipur village in Mohali,was injured when a recklessly driven Punjab Roadways bus ran over the motorcycle,on which they were riding,on Chandigarh-Mullanpur Road in Parol village,close to Chandigarh,at 12.50 pm.

While Dalhit was declared dead on arrival,Jasbir was admitted for treatment at a local hospital,the IO Ajaib Singh said,while disclosing that both the victims were daily wagers involved in petty jobs.

In another mishap,a migrant labourer Ishwar Tiwari was ran over by a speeding motorcycle on Chandigarh-Ambala National Highway near Dhakoli village in Zirakpur at around 9.40 pm. Tiwari,who was presently putting up with his family at Azad colony in Sector 3,Panchkula,was peddling back home from work when the mishap took place. He died on the spot. The police have registered separate cases of causing deaths by rash and negligent driving against accused drivers.

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