J&K: Four tourists dead, 2 missing as Cab plunges into river Sindh in Sonamarg

Srinagar,  Four tourists including two women, died and two others are missing after a passenger Cab skidded off the road and plunged into Nallah Sindh in the tourist resort of Sonamarg, in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district on Sunday.
Two passengers are still missing and efforts are on to locate them, police said.

Three passengers including the driver of the vehicle were rescued during the operation; among them, one seriously injured was shifted to the Sher-e-Kashmir Institution of Medical Science (SKIMS) Soura in Srinagar for treatment, traffic police said.

The ill-fated vehicle carrying nine people was on its way to Srinagar from Sonamarg when it met with an accident at Hung area and fell into the gushing waters of Nallah Sind on the Srinagar-Ladakh highway.
Four dead bodies, including two women, have been retrieved from the Nallah River so far, they said.
The identity of the dead and other passengers is yet to be ascertained, they said.
Soon after the accident, a massive rescue operation was launched by the police, Army, civil administration, locals, SDRF, and NDRF. The operation was going on in spite of the rain in the areas, they said.