LAHORE An unidentified young girl was found dead from canal near Halley College of Commerce, New Campus of Punjab University in Muslim Town police precincts on Wednesday. Police investigators said the body, yet to be identified, was floating in the canal when some passerby spotted it and informed the concerned police. Police after reaching there, took out the body from the canal and removed it to the City morgue for autopsy. Police said that the body of 25-year-old girl was without any kind of any bruise which suggested that she might not be murdered. Police failed to trace her identity while they have not registered a case against any one so far. While in the other incident, an elderly woman found dead in her flat located in Liaquatabad police jurisdictions on Wednesday. The deceased was identified as Mariam Bibi, 85, who was living in her flat (No-713) at Q-block near Liaqatabad police station. On Wednesday, when some relatives arrived at her flat to see her, they found the door of the house locked from outside. However, when they entered into the house, they found the body of the Maryam lying dead on her bed. They informed to the police which reached the spot and removed the body to city morgue. Police suspected that victim was clubbed to death by some unidentified persons. Police registered a case against unidentified persons on the complaint of victims brother Mikaheel. Man crushed to death: A 40-year-old man was crushed to death by a speeding train near Sitara Chowk, Imamia Colony on Wednesday. The victim was identified as Muhammad Faryad, a resident of Sharifpur Kala Khatai. The victim was crossing the lines when a speeding train crushed him, as a result he sustained severe injuries. Some passerby rushed him to the nearby hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. Valuables gutted in fire incidents: Car, furniture and valuables worth thousands of rupees were reduced to ashes when fire broke out in three different incidents in the City on Wednesday. Fire broke out in a house of Ramzan due to short circuiting near Nawab Sahab Raiwind and reduced valuables worth Rs 0.2 million in to ashes. Yet in another incident fire broke out in an electronics shop of M Rizwan near Siad Pur Stop, Main Bazar Multan due to short circuit reduced machinery worth 1 lakh in to ashes. In another incident, fire erupted in car of Muhammad Farooq near Airport Chowk, Abdullah grill interchange, bearing number plate LOF-5009 due to short circuit. Firefighters rushed the spot and extinguished the fire after hectic efforts. Fortunately no casualty was reported in the said incidents.