9 killed as jeep plunges into ravine in Pak Kashmir

9 killed as jeep plunges into ravine in Pak Kashmir
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Srinagar: At least nine people, including four women, were killed and five others, including a woman and a minor, were wounded when a passenger jeep plunged into a ravine along the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan administered Kashmir’s (PaK) Jhelum Valley on Wednesday, dawn reported quoting police.
As per the report the jeep was on its way to Chakothi from Shah Kanja village when it met the tragic accident at about 8:30am in PaK.
Chakothi is some 60 kilometres south of Muzaffarabad, capital city of PaK and Shah Kanja is another 10km ahead of it in Khalana Valley.
The ravine which the vehicle fell into flows through Khalana Valley and joins the River Jhelum after passing beneath Kaman Bridge at the Chokothi-Uri crossing point.