The driving force misplaced control of the convoy on account of speeding alongside the M-1 motorway close to Bahtar interchange
The driving force misplaced management of the convoy as a consequence of rushing alongside the M-1 motorway close to Bahtar interchange. PHOTO: APP
ISLAMABAD: 4 officers of Customs Intelligence, together with a driver, died in a automotive accident whereas chasing smugglers on the Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway on Wednesday, Categorical Information reported.
Customs officers have been chasing a gaggle of smugglers in a car when the driving force misplaced management of the convoy on account of rushing alongside the M-1 motorway close to Bahtar interchange.
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Because of the accident, three officers and the driving force died on the spot. The customs officers have been recognized as Muhammad Jamil, Muhammad Shakil, Ejaz Ahmed and Amir Hanif.
Additional, an inspector who sustained accidents within the accident was shifted to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) for fast remedy.
Pedestrian, motorcyclist killed in road accidents
In Might, an Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) police officer died in a street accident in Gujranwala. Malik Sultan, an assistant sub-inspector at Nar Kotli Police Station was in Gujranwala to investigate concerning the well being of his relative.
He was travelling on a motorcycle together with a relative once they have been hit by a rushing bus close to a u-flip, killing him on the spot.
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