Anil Saxena, Raisen / Amit Mankodi, Ashta. A youth died in a road accident in Raisen, Madhya Pradesh. While the other was seriously injured. It was told that the car hit two youths riding a bike, due to which both the youths fell on the road. Meanwhile, the truck passing from there got into its grip. Here in Sehore district’s Ashta, a bus overturned uncontrollably. More than 17 passengers were injured in this incident.
One died in Raisen
In Raisen district late on Monday night near Sehatganj toll block on Bhopal road, a youth riding a bike was killed while another was seriously injured in a car collision. According to information, bike riders Amit Lodhi and Santosh Kushwaha coming from Bhopal were hit by an unknown car. Due to which both the youths fell on the road. Meanwhile, a truck passing by hit both of them.
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The wheel of the truck passed over the head of village Saraiya Mandideep, resident of Amit Lodhi. Due to which he died on the spot, while one hand of Katara Hills Bhopal resident Santosh Kushwaha was amputated. After the incident, both were taken to the district hospital by toll ambulance. Where Santosh Kushwaha is being treated.
Bus overturns in Ashta, 17 passengers injured
A passenger bus number MP19 P2856 suddenly overturned uncontrollably near Lasudia of Amlaha in Ashta. More than 17 have been injured in this accident. In which 5 people have got serious injuries. It has been told that this bus was going from Bhopal to Indore. As soon as the information about the incident was received, the Amlaha Chowki police reached the spot. The injured were taken to the hospital with the help of 108. Where everyone is being treated.
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Amlaha police station in-charge Avinash Bhople told that the bus was passing through the Indore-Bhopal highway. Then the bus went uncontrolled and overturned near the Lasudia Hanuman temple. Amlaha police took the injured to the hospital with the help of 108 ambulances. Everyone has been taken out safely.
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