2 students, driver killed in Awantipora Road accident

Two students including one driver died and five others were injured in a tragic road accident at Barsoo Awantipora today. The two students who died on the spot have been identified as Aadil and Kouser Mohidin , both were pursuing their studies in IUST University Awantipora.

Kousar Mohidin, One of the students of IUST who died in the accident

Kousar Mohidin, One of the students of IUST who died in the accident

All the injured have been shifted to SKIMS Soura for treatment. The condition of some them are said to be critical.

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