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Stampede in Kashmir school leaves 26 students injured

Srinagar, May 6 : At least twenty six students were injured after they spotted a wild bear in a local private school leading to stampede in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Wednesday morning, officials said.

“Wild bear barged into Institute in Rajpora village  when students were attending morning assembly in school premises. The appearance of wild bear created panic among students who ran for safety while the bear pounced upon many students injuring them critically,” officials said.
Meanwhile, senior district officer of the area said that, black stray dog entered into the school and students mistook it for a wild bear  creating panic.
(Reporting by Saleem Iqbal Qadri)

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