A fast bus collided with a car, two young people died

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Alapur (Badayun). A private bus hit the car near the village of Abhiyasa in the Alapur Police Department. Because of this, two teenagers died in the car. Two people, including the driver of the car, were injured. After the accident, the driver fled by bus. The police got the information, after the investigation the autopsies of both bodies were carried out.
The accident happened on Sunday afternoon. During this time, Sumit, 25, a resident of Barakhurd Village in the Kalan Police Station of Shahjahanpur and Amit Pal, 26, a resident of Bamanpura Village in the Hazratpur Police Station, returned home by car. The two young people are said to have previously worked in Delhi. On Saturday evening they both got on the road to come home. Arrival at the bus stand in the morning. From here, Rithia, a resident of the Usawan Police Department, came to Usawan by sitting in Akeel’s car. There was another kid in the car. It is said that this car arrived near the village of Abhiyasa Village of Alapur Police Station that it was hit from behind by a private bus at the same time. All four occupants of the car were injured in the accident. Then the driver fled by bus. Some passers-by also followed him, but he could not catch the bus. Upon his information, the police station reached the location. The police sent the four people to the county hospital. Amit Pal died on the way. While Sumit died while on treatment at the county hospital.
Amit went into the rice field
Amit, a resident of Bamanpura, had gone to Noida to plant rice. Many other boys went with him. Amit’s sister-in-law was married on July 7th. With that Amit returned home. While his companions stayed there. Amit was the oldest of four brothers. He has a son. Because of this accident, there is grief in his family.
Sumit used to work in a private company
Sumit, a resident of Barakalan Village in Kalan Police Station, has seven brothers and three sisters. He was the eldest of two sisters. He wasn’t married yet. He worked in a private company near Lalkuan in Delhi.

Alapur (Badayun). A private bus hit the car near the village of Abhiyasa in the Alapur Police Department. Because of this, two teenagers died in the car. Two people, including the driver of the car, were injured. After the accident, the driver fled by bus. The police got the information, after the investigation the autopsies of both bodies were carried out.

The accident happened on Sunday afternoon. During this time, Sumit, 25, a resident of Barakhurd Village in the Kalan Police Station of Shahjahanpur and Amit Pal, 26, a resident of Bamanpura Village in the Hazratpur Police Station, returned home by car. The two young people are said to have previously worked in Delhi. On Saturday evening they both got on the road to come home. Arrival at the bus stand in the morning. From here, Rithia, a resident of the Usawan Police Department, came to Usawan by sitting in Akeel’s car. There was another kid in the car. It is said that this car arrived near the village of Abhiyasa Village of Alapur Police Station that it was hit from behind by a private bus at the same time. All four occupants of the car were injured in the accident. The driver then fled by bus. Some passers-by also followed him, but he could not catch the bus. Upon his information, the police station reached the location. The police sent the four people to the county hospital. Amit Pal died on the way. While Sumit died while on treatment at the county hospital.

Amit went into the rice field

Amit, a resident of Bamanpura, had gone to Noida to plant rice. Many other boys went with him. Amit’s sister-in-law was married on July 7th. With that Amit returned home. While his companions stayed there. Amit was the oldest of four brothers. He has a son. Because of this accident, there is grief in his family.

Sumit used to work in a private company

Sumit, a resident of Barakalan Village in Kalan Police Station, has seven brothers and three sisters. He was the eldest of two sisters. He wasn’t married yet. He worked in a private company near Lalkuan in Delhi.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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