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Pakistani actress Sana Khan dies in a car accident




Published by: Shubhanshu Sharma
Published on: Sat, 08 Mar 2014 at 11:29 IST
Pakistani actress Sana Khan dies in a car accident
Islamabad: Stunning Pakistani actress Sana Khan has died in a car accident near Looni Kot, around 30 km from Hyderabad, said the sources.

Sana and her husband actor Babar Khan were on their way from Karachi to Hyderabad in a car when the vehicle, driven by Babar, went out of control on Friday.

The car overturned, leaving the duo seriously injured.

The motorway police and ambulance reached the spot soon after receiving the information, and shifted them to Liaquat University Hospital Jamshoro.

Sana breathed her last before she could get any first aid while Babar was later shifted to Liaquat University Hospital City Branch.

Babar, who had married Sana in December 2013, is said to be in critical condition.

Sana was known for her appearance in a serial "Parchaiyan" and Babar is known for the serial "Ek Tamana Lahasil Se".

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