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14 October, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Road crashes kill 3 in Satkhira, Bandarban

UNB, Bandarban, Satkhira

Three people were killed in separate road accidents in Bandarban and Satkhira districts yesterday.

In Bandarban, two young people were killed and 13 others injured as a jeep overturned on Ali Kadam-Thanchi road in the hilly district yesterday morning.

The deceased were identified as Md Didar, 23 and Abu Taleb, 24. Both of them were the residents in Pekua upazila of Cox’s Bazar district. Eye witnesses said the accident occurred at around 11 am in Ponoro Kilometer area as the driver of the jeep lost his control over steering.

Md Didar died on the spot while Abu Taleb died at Ali Kadam Upazila Health Complex. Injured people were admitted to the hospital.

Officer-in-Charge of Ali Kadam Thana Kazi Rokibuddin confirmed.

A UNB report adds: a motorcyclist was killed and another injured in a pickup van crashed into their bike on the Bypass in Sadar upazila early yesterday.

The deceased was identified as Hazrat Ali, 45, son of Jabed Ali of Alipur village in the upazila.

The pickup hit the motorcycle around 12:30am, leaving Hazrat dead on the spot, said Mustafizur Rahman, officer-in-charge of Sadar Police Station.

On information, police recovered the body and sent it to Sadar Hospital morgue for autopsy while the injured was sent to Khulna for better treatment, he said.

 

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