LAHORE, July 4: A 15-year-old boy was killed and his fellow sustained critical injuries after their motorcycl fell from the Muslim Town flyover on Wednesday.

Rescue 1122 ambulances shifted victims to Services Hospital where Shahroz Bashir of Chungi Amar Sidhu succumbed to his wounds. His fellow rider, Shahbaz, 15, is also the resident of Chungi.

The bikers were taking a turn on Wahdat Road side of the bridge when the incident happened.

A source in the rescue service said they responded to a third road mishap at the flyover since it was opened to traffic.

DIES: A 14-year-old girl died at Services Hospital on Wednesday, 10 days after she was hit by a stray bullet in Shah Jamal.

Ichhra police said Iqra Razaq of Wazirabad had come to Lahore to see her relatives.

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