Covered van hits laguna claims 2 lives in Mirsharai
Published: 12:06 11 September 2019 Updated: 14:40 11 September 2019
Two people were killed as a covered van hits laguna standing beside the road in Mirsharai. Seven more people were injured. The accident took place at Chattogram-bound line in Jamal shop area of Dhaka-Chattogram highway on Tuesday night.
The deceased were identified — Md Alauddin, son of Delwar Hossain of Solaiman Company Bari of Mandarbariya in Mirsharai and Mosharraf Hossain Milon, son of Dipti Hossain of Doulat Bhuiyan Bari of the same village, and cultural affairs secretary of the Upazila Chhatra League.
The injured — Shyamul Sharma of Kismat Jafarabad area of Mirsharai, Ajit Das of Uttar Talbaria area, Ranjit Bhowmik of Moddhom Talbariya area, Satyajit Das of Maghadiya’s Masterpara, Pankaj Nath and Jibon of Sahebpur village of Ochmanpur UP.
On information, fire service and Joranganj highway police rescued the victims and took them to the hospital where doctors declared Alauddin dead and Milon was taken to Chittagong Medical College Hospital (CMCH) in critical condition where doctors declared him dead.
Confirming the matter, Joranganj highway police ASI Abdus Samad said that the car was recovered from the spot and brought to the police station. “However, the covered van was not possible to seize. Legal action is under process,” he added.
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