College teacher among 2 killed in Cox’s Bazar road crash

Staff Correspondent
29 July 2020, Wed
Published: 01:17

College teacher among 2 killed in Cox’s Bazar road crash

Two people, including a professor, have been killed and another was injured after a mini truck hit them in Ramu Upazila of Cox’s Bazar on Wednesday morning.

The deceased were identified as Shafiul Alam, 55, head of the Department of Physics in Cox's Bazar Government College, son of late Chand Mia Saudagar, hailing from Joarianala Ghonarpara area of the Upazila and Mahbub Morshed Amin, 56, member of the Steering Committee of Joarianala Girls High School, son of late Nur Ahmed Sikder, hailing from Sikdar Para in the same Upazila.

The injured are identified as Borhan Uddin, a teacher at Joarianala H M Sanchi High School. He is now undergoing treatment at Cox’s Bazar Sadar Hospital.

Confirming the news, Abul Khayer, officer-in-charge (OC) of Ramu Upazila, said that the speedy mini truck hit them while they were walking beside the road at 6:00 am in the area, leaving two dead on the spot and another injured.

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