Stray dogs injure 4 persons in Kangan

Officials said that the stray dogs roaming in the area attacked and injured four persons including three women.

SHEIKH NAZIR
Kangan, Publish Date: Nov 9 2018 1:41AM | Updated Date: Nov 9 2018 1:41AM
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Four persons were injured after they were attacked by stray dogs in Wanghat Kangan area of central Kashmir's Ganderbal district on Thursday morning.

Officials said that the stray dogs roaming in the area attacked and injured four persons including three women.

The injured were identified as Shameema Begum wife of Noor Muhammad Gursi, Massarat Bano daughter of Abdul Rasheed Mir, Saleema Begum wife of Mushtaq Ahmed Raina and Abdul Rasheed Sheikh son of Ghulam Mohammad. They are all residents of Wangath Kangan and were rushed to sub-district hospital Kangan for immediate treatment.

Medical superintendent sub-district hospital Kangan said the injured were discharged from the hospital after proper treatment.

 

 

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