Abu Sayed : “Engineer Killed, Government Officials Injured in Roadside Accident in Panchagarh”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Engineer Killed and Government Officials Injured in Roadside Accident

Panchagarh Sadar upazila, Bangladesh – In a tragic incident early today, an engineer from the Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) was killed and three other government officials were injured when the vehicle of a UNO (Upazila Nirbahi Officer) collided with a roadside tree. The deceased has been identified as Abu Sayed, a 33-year-old upazila engineer of LGED from Pirganj upazila of Thakurgaon. He had recently been transferred from Tentulia upazila.

The injured officials have been identified as Fazle Rabbi, the 33-year-old Tentulia Upazila Nirbahi Officer, Al Amin, the 31-year-old Upazila Social Service Officer, and Nabiul Karim Sercar, the 30-year-old Assistant Programmer of the UNO office.

According to Zakir Hossain Mollah, the officer-in-charge of Tentulia Highway Police Station, the accident occurred around 1:00 am when the Panchagarh-bound vehicle of the UNO hit a roadside tree after crossing Chawai Bridge. Abu Sayed was killed instantly in the collision.

Upon receiving the information, the police and firefighters rushed to the scene and transported the injured officials to Panchagarh Sadar Hospital. Al Amin’s condition deteriorated, and he was subsequently shifted to Rangpur Medical College Hospital for further treatment.

The exact cause of the accident and the identity of the driver have not been determined yet.

The incident has left the local community in shock and mourning. Abu Sayed’s untimely demise has left a void in the LGED and his family. The injured officials are receiving medical attention, and their condition is being closely monitored.

Road accidents are a common occurrence in Bangladesh, often resulting from reckless driving, poor road conditions, and inadequate infrastructure. The government has been working on improving road safety measures and increasing awareness to prevent such incidents, but more needs to be done to ensure the safety of commuters.

Authorities are conducting an investigation to determine the cause of the accident and to prevent similar incidents in the future. The loss of Abu Sayed serves as a reminder of the importance of road safety and the need for stricter enforcement of traffic rules to protect lives on the road.

The LGED and the local community are mourning the loss of Abu Sayed and extend their condolences to his family and friends during this difficult time.

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