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Four killed in city incidents

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Staff Reporter  :
Four persons were killed in separate incidents in the capital from late Wednesday to early Thursday.
Bacchu Mia, Sub-Inspector of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) Police Outpost confirmed the news to media and bodies are kept in hospital morgue.
He said an unknown woman was injured after getting hit by a Narayanganj-bound train in city's Jurain area on Wednesday night. Later locals sent her to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) where the duty-doctor declared her dead at midnight.
Another housewife, Nadi, 25, committed suicide by hanging over family dispute in Dakshinkhan Faidabad area. Her husband took her to DMCH at midnight where doctor declared her dead.
In another case, a man called Imam Hossain, 45, was electrocuted to death while repairing a fan in the north Merul Badda area.
Meanwhile, a college student, Mousumi Akhter Mitu, 20, committed suicide by hanging in Dakshin Mugda area of Dhaka on Thursday morning (July12). She was an Honors student of Tikatuli Central Women's University.

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