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ITBP bus accident: 7 killed, 32 injured in Kashmir

Srinagar, Aug 16, 2022- Seven security personnel were killed and 32 others injured on Tuesday in a bus accident in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pahalgam area.

Police said seven security men, including six ITBP personnel and a local policeman were killed when an ITBP bus carrying security personnel rolled down into the river bed in the Chandanwari area of Pahalgam tehsil in Anantnag district.

“Six ITBP personnel and one local policeman were killed when an ITBP bus carrying security personnel back after their Amarnath Yatra duties, dropped into a river bed in Chandanwari area.

“BSF helicopter was deployed during the relief and rescue operation to airlift the injured security personnel to Srinagar.

“The bus was carrying 37 ITBP personnel and 2 local policemen,” police said.  (Agency)

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