Bus-CNG collision in Cox’s Bazar, 2 killed

Bus-CNG autorickshaw involved in the accident (Photo: Odhikar)

Two passengers were killed in a head-on collision between a passenger bus and a CNG autorickshaw at Chander Ghona area of ​​Eidgaon on the Chittagong-Cox’s Bazar road. Two people were injured. The accident happened on Friday (January 14) at around 7 pm.

The deceased were identified as Chenuara Begum, daughter of late Amir Hamza of Parbapara in Khutakhali union of Chakaria upazila and CNG autorickshaw driver Jisan, son of Jasfar Alam of Makkum Para in Khutakhali.

Shafiq and Taslima Akhtar have been admitted to Cox’s Bazar District Sadar Hospital in critical condition. Among them, Taslima Akhtar’s condition is critical and she is being sent to Chittagong Medical College Hospital.

According to the family sources of the victims, a CNG autorickshaw from Chakaria Khutakhali Bazar on its way to a relative’s house in Ramu area collided head-on with a Chittagong-bound passenger Eastern bus and CNG in Chander Ghona area of ​​Eidgaon.

Eidgaon Police Station Officer-in-Charge OC Abdul Halim confirmed the incident and said the body was recovered and sent to Cox’s Bazar District Sadar Hospital for autopsy. Ramu Highway Crossing Police have seized two vehicles involved in the accident.

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Source: ODHIKAR by www.odhikar.news.

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