Young cricketer loses life in train accident
A 16-year-old promising cricketer lost his life in Mumbai after being involved in a train accident.
A young cricketer lost his life when he met with a train accident on Monday while returning home from a training session.
It is learnt that Osama Aziz Rehman Khan, an opening batsman and wicketkeeper from Anjuman-I-Islam School (CST) was hit by a pole at 6.55pm when the train was approaching Currey Road station.
A resident of Mumbra, he was immediately rushed to KEM hospital where he was declared dead on arrival.
Osama (16) figured for his school in the Harris and Giles Shield tournments. He was a key member of the school team and was one of three brothers in his family.