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Four die in Ctg road mishap
11/1/2005
 

          CHITTAGONG, Oct 31: A speeding truck and a auto three-wheeler collided head-on at the Ispahani crossing in the port city Monday, killing the three-wheeler's driver and three female garment workers onboard. Two of the dead were identified as Shammi Akther (17) and Sheuli Begum (21). Names of another garment worker and the CNG-scooter driver killed in the deadly accident could not be known immediately. According to the police, a Dewanhat-bound truck hit a CNG-run three-wheeler at Ispahani crossing in Doublemooring thana at about 7:30am. UNB

 

 
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