The cycle of accidents is not taking the name of stopping in Madhya Pradesh, the news of road accidents is coming to the fore daily from different parts. Now the big news of the accident has come out from Ratlam and Dhar districts. In which, along with the death of two people, there are reports of injuries to more than 8 people.
Tanker collided with bike in Ratlam, two youths died
Sushil Khare, Ratlam. A fierce collision between a tanker and a bike took place near Krishi Mandi on Mau Road in the district, in which two youths riding a bike died on the spot, while one was injured. The dead include 18-year-old Ayush, resident of village Lunera, 20-year-old Vinayak, resident of village Dharad. And 16 year old Vaibhav resident of Dharad is injured. All had gone by bike from Ratlam to visit Kedareshwar, while returning from there they met with an accident. The matter of police station road area.
Tavera car met with an accident in Dhar, 8 injured
Renu Agarwal, Dhar. Tourists’ Tavera vehicle coming towards Mandav overturned two to three times while trying to save a buffalo at Telan valley near Nalchha in Dhar district. Thirteen people are said to be sitting in Tavera who had come to visit Mandav. All of them are residents of Sejwani. All the injured were sent to the district hospital of Dhar with the help of 108, where first aid was given to 8 injured. All have been admitted to the district hospital for observation. On the other hand, an innocent has been referred to Indore due to his critical condition.
Dr. Chhatrapal Singh Chauhan told that the accident occurred today in Tavera where the people of Sejwani were returning from Mandav, while returning, the vehicle overturned when an animal came in front of the vehicle. There were 13 people in the vehicle which met with an accident, in which eight people have been admitted to the district hospital in Dhar. The condition of one child is more serious, he was referred to Indore, after giving first aid to all others, he has been kept here for observation.
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