Banihal/Jammu, July 1
Three pilgrims to the Amarnath cave shrine were injured when their vehicle skidded off the Jammu-Srinagar national highway in Ramban district and overturned on Friday morning, officials said.
The tempo-traveller, which was carrying pilgrims from Jammu to Kashmir, met with the accident near the Sherbibi area in Banihal, they said.
Kundan Kumar (59) from Uttar Pradesh, Vivek (10) and Anita Gupta (49) from Chhattisgarh were undergoing treatment in a Banihal hospital, the officials said.
They were to visit the cave shrine in the south Kashmir Himalayas on July 3.
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