3 killed in separate road accidents in Dhaka...

3 killed in separate road accidents in Dhaka

 Staff Correspondent   daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 02:23 PM, 26 May 2022   Updated: 04:49 PM, 26 May 2022

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Three people were killed in separate road accidents in the capital on Thursday morning. 

A woman named Nargis (25) was killed at Taltala in Khilgaon, a 40-year-old unidentified man at Hazaribagh Beribad area and a bus supervisor named Sirajul Islam (45) in front of Kotwali National Hospital.

Dhaka Medical College (DMC) hospital police outpost in-charge (inspector) Md Bachchu Mia said that three street children brought Nargis to the hospital in the morning. According to the street children, Nargis was found injured on the road in front of Taltola Market in Khilgaon. Her body has been kept in the morgue. She was identified as a vagabond.

Meanwhile, Hazaribagh Police Station Duty Officer (SI) Ranjit Ghosh said that an unidentified person was injured in a road accident at Hazaribagh Beribadh Boubazar area around 3:15 am last night. He died on the way to the hospital. The body has been kept in the morgue. 

Sirajul Islam, a bus supervisor, was killed in a road accident in front of Kotwali National Hospital in the capital. The accident took place around 8:30 am. He was rushed to Dhaka Medical College Hospital where the doctor pronounced him dead at around 10:30 am. 

Victoria Transport bus driver Mohammad Wasim said their bus was standing on the road in front of the National Hospital in the morning. Then another bus of the same transport came from behind and hit Siraj. He fell on the road and was seriously injured. Later, Siraj was taken to the National Hospital next door. As his condition deteriorated, he was shifted to Dhaka Medical College where he died.

Wasim added that Siraj was hailing from Gauripur upazila of Mymensingh district. He lived with his family in the Gazipur Board Bazar area. 

DMCH police outpost in-charge (inspector) Md Bachchu Mia confirmed the information and said the body was kept in the morgue for autopsy.

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