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Sonbhadra News: Four killed, three critically injured in a truck-hyva collision

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Sonbhadra News: Four killed, three seriously injured in a truck-hyva collision

Gyan Prakash Chaturvedi, close to the Rihand Dam in Pipri police station space of ​​Sonbhadrasonbhadra, collided nose to nose with a truck coming from the wrong way of a truck carrying coal from Anpara on Friday afternoon at round 3 pm. After the collision, the 4 individuals aboard the truck went right into a deep ditch inflicting a painful dying within the accident. Out of the 4 lifeless, 3 have been recognized whereas the physique of 1 particular person was held on the tree until the information was written, on account of which it has not been recognized. On receiving the data, CO Pipari Vijay Shankar Mishra, Pipari Police Station In-charge Anjani Kumar Rai and Outpost In-charge Bhanu Pratap Singh reached the spot and began the rescue work. The CO mentioned that the accident occurred after a collision with a coal laden truck coming from Anpara, within the accident, Shivarti Devi spouse Lalji age 50 years outdated Belwadah, Rahul Kumar son Satish Chandra 21 years resident Nagla lid district Etah, Dinesh Kumar Son of God, age 25, resident of Bairapan died, the identification of one other one has not but been established. At the identical time, injured within the accident, Order Yadav son Sadanand Yadav age 25 years resident of Bairapan, Bengali Gupta son Bhagwandas 55 years and Rajkumar son Ramcharitra each resident Belavadah have been admitted to Hindalco hospital. After the accident, there was a jam on the scene for a very long time. Superintendent of Police Sonbhadra mentioned that two vehicles collided close to Van Devi temple in Pipri police station space, killing 4 individuals on the truck on the spot and the identical three individuals have been injured who’re present process remedy at Hindalco Hospital. .