PAN, April 6, 2011
ISAF vehicle kills woman in Kabul
One of the ISAF vehicles accidentally struck some civilians who were in the road
PAN, Mar. 13, 2011: A vehicle of foreign troops traveling in a convoy crushed to death a child in southern Kandahar province, an official said on Sunday. Abdullah, the victim's uncle, said Abu Bakar was five years old. Residents tried to stop the convoy, but the troops opened fire into the air and left the area. (Photo: PAN)
A woman was killed and another woman and a child were wounded when they were hit by a vehicle of foreign troops in Kabul on Wednesday, police said.
The accident happened when a military vehicle belonging to NATO-led soldiers collided with a civilian car on the Darul Aman road in the limits of sixth police district, crime branch police chief, Col. Mohammad Zahir, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
The injured were taken to the Istiqlal hospital for treatment, he said.
NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said one Afghan civilian was killed and two others wounded in a traffic accident involving a three-vehicle convoy of foreign troops in Kabul on Wednesday,
One of the ISAF vehicles accidentally struck some civilians who were in the road, the force said in a statement. A nearby ISAF patrol provided a security cordon while first aid was administered, it said.
The ISAF patrol departed the scene after the wounded were taken to a medical facility.
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