Patiala couple, son killed in mishap

Patiala couple, son killed in mishap

Fatehgarh Sahib, November 6

In a tragic incident, a Patiala-based couple was killed on the spot and their two minor sons were critically injured, when the car in which they were travelling collided with a truck near Madhopur village in Sirhind today. Later, the younger son, Navraj Singh (4), succumbed to his injuries.

GS Sikand, SHO, Sirhind police station, said Ramanpreet Singh (34), along with his wife Harcharan Kaur (32) and two minor sons Agamjot Singh (7) and Navraj Singh (4), residents of Guru Nanak Nagar, Patiala, were going to Amritsar from Patiala. Their car collided with a truck. The man and wife died on the spot. Their sons were referred to Government Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh. The younger son succumbed to his injuries, whereas the elder one is in coma. — OC

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