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Mishap claims 2

Ambala, Jul 16 (UNI) Two youth were killed in separate road accidents in Ambala City and Ambala Cantt on late Wednesday, police said on Thursday.
Jaggi Cty Centre employee Dharamvir resident of Friends colony Jandli was killed when a speeding Bolero car rammed into his scooty on the Jail road chowk. Dharamvir was seriously injured in the accident. He was going
on night duty and was hit by the car near Jaggi centre. Dharamvir was rushed to the civil hospital here he was declared brought dead.

The police registered a case against driver of car number HRO2 AS 1070. The deceased Dharmvir was the only son of his parents.

In the other accident case, a biker identified as Sanjiv Kumar resident Sahibpura was killed after his motorcycle was hit by a speeding car near village Samalheri on Jagadhri road at around 2130 last night. He was taken to civil hospital Ambala Cantt where he was declared brought dead.
The Maheshnagar police have registered case against driver of car number HR 06 P 4671 and started investigation. The deceased was returning to his village after duty.
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