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Tragic Accident in North Kashmir, Seven-Year-Old Girl Died

In a devastating incident in the Paribal area of North Kashmir’s Bandipora district, a seven-year-old girl lost her life after being struck by a vehicle on Tuesday afternoon, according to officials. The incident, reported by the Srinagar-based news agency Kashmir Scroll, unfolded when the young girl, identified as Ifrat, daughter of Manzoor Ahmed Khan, was hit by a Tata Sumo in Paribal village, Hajin area.

Despite swift efforts to rush her to CHC Hajin, the local hospital, the young victim was declared brought dead by attending doctors. The loss of such a young life has sent shockwaves through the community and left the family grieving the untimely demise of their beloved daughter.

In response to the tragedy, authorities have swiftly taken action by apprehending the driver of the vehicle involved in the fatal accident. However, the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident remains ongoing as authorities seek to ascertain the events leading up to the collision and ensure justice for the victim and her family.

The heartbreaking incident serves as a stark reminder of the dangers posed by road accidents, especially to vulnerable individuals such as children. It underscores the urgent need for enhanced road safety measures and stricter enforcement of traffic regulations to prevent such tragedies from recurring in the future.

As the community mourns the loss of a young life, condolences pour in for the grieving family, offering support and solidarity during this difficult time. The tragic loss of Ifrat serves as a somber reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of prioritizing safety on our roads to prevent similar incidents from claiming more innocent lives.

Efforts are underway to provide support and assistance to the bereaved family as they navigate through this unimaginable loss. The tragic accident has sparked calls for increased awareness and measures to ensure the safety of pedestrians, particularly children, who are among the most vulnerable on our roads.

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