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3 friends killed as truck hits motorbike on Khilgaon flyover

Dhaka, Nov 19: Three people were killed after a truck hit their motorbike on the Khilgaon flyover in Dhaka early Saturday.
The deceased were Md Joj Miah, 36, Al Amin, 34 and Md Mehedi Hasan, 28, residents of Mughda area. They were friends.
A man named Salahuddin, who rescued the trio from the spot and took them to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH), said they were injured critically after a running truck hit their motorbike from behind on the  Khilgaon flyover around 3am.
They were rushed to the DMCH where the on-duty doctors declared them dead.
The hospital police camp in-charge Md Bachchu Miah said bodies were kept at the hospital’s morgue for autopsy.
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