Ambulance catches fire


In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, an ambulance caught fire in north Kashmir’s Bandi-pora district on Friday.

The driver and a patient on board escaped un-hurt in the incident, officials said. Chief Medical Officer Bandipora while confirming the incident, told media that the ambulance suddenly caught fire after a technical glitch near Churthangoo village in Ajas area of the district.

The driver of the vehicle after noticing the flames immediately got outside and also evacuated the patient, the officer added.—KMS

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