Published: Tue, July 17, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

7 killed, 40 injured as boulder rolls down waterfall in Reasi

7 killed, 40 injured as boulder rolls down waterfall in Reasi

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On the directions of Governor N N Vohra, devotees who sustained injuries after a loose rock fell down on them in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir are being provided a free treatment in Reasi hospital. The earth and water of the area is said to have medicinal values, which attract a large number of people.

Two people died on the spot, while three others died on way to hospital.

"All the dead are from Jammu province while some of the injured are from other states", Bhat told The Telegraph.

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The injured included Ashok Kumar and his five-year-old son from Uttar Pradesh.

A CRPF spokesman said the commandant of the 126th battalion, Pradeep Singh Kailey, along with medical and quick action team of the unit rushed to the spot and provided all necessary assistance to the injured at district hospital Reasi.

The Governor, who is also the Chairman of the Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, directed Shrine Board CEO Dheeraj Gupta to make arrangements to shift the injured to the board's super-speciality hospital at Kakryal. Of these, the condition of three was "critical", according to officials.

District President National Conference Reasi, Babu Jagjivan Lal, in a message, expressed deep sorrow and anguish over the incident and conveyed his condolences to the bereaved families.

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