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According to police, the bus, on its way from Srinagar to a health camp in south Kashmir’s Muzzaffarabad, collided head-on with the CRPF convoy.

“One of the injured died while being taken to hospital, while another succumbed to injuries in the hospital,” police sources said.

The third fatality was killed on the spot and another injured succumbed to his injuries in a hospital later, a police officer said.

He said while the number of injured is expected to rise, the exact figure was not known. “However, an injured is being treated in a hospital,” the officer said.

A spokesperson of the Jammu and Kashmir government said, “A bus in south Kashmir collided with a convoy of the CRPF on the Srinagar-Shopian road killing one person and injuring several others.”

“The injured have been taken to hospital for treatment. It is not immediately clear whether the convoy was carrying a large number of people or not,” he said.

This is the fourth such incident of deaths in a crash involving a bus this year.

Earlier in May, in another incident in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district, a bus carrying a dozen CRPF personnel was in collision with a passenger bus.

In May last year, a bus carrying four security personnel in Baramulla district was in collision with a civilian vehicle. Two people died in the incident. In February 2015, an Army personnel was killed and two injured after a CRPF bus in south Kashmir’s Budgam district rammed into the vehicle.

The CRPF is the country’s premier counter-insurgency force and also guards Siachen, a 2,000-metre-high mountaintop deployed by both the armies and the People’s Liberation Army of China in the disputed Himalayan region.

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