Accident on the Agra-Lucknow motorway, woman died, 50 injured

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On the Agra-Lucknow Expressway near the Nikwa Tola Plaza by Thana Talgram, the bus collided with the partition at around 2.30 p.m., overturned a hundred meters away and broke the power pole.

Traffic accident in Kannauj
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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The sleeping car from Panipat to Bihar collided with the partition wall and overturned. One woman died in this accident and 50 people including the driver were injured. Of these, 13 people were seriously injured. The injured were brought to the CHC in an UPDA ambulance.Some of the injured were taken care of in an ambulance on site. Bus driver Surendra Singh (34) from the Thana Darbari colony in New Delhi wanted to take a sleeping car from Panipat in Haryana to Bihar. The bus carried 150 workers from five districts including Samastipur, Darbhanga and Muzaffarpur in Bihar.

On the Agra-Lucknow Expressway near the Nikwa Tola Plaza by Thana Talgram, the bus collided with the partition at around 2.30 p.m., overturned a hundred meters away and broke the power pole. This caused a scream on the bus.

According to information, the responsible police station Krishnalal Patel, the patrol team of the NCC (Nagarjuna Construction Company) and the teams of the UPEDA, Sakar Glowal, arrived at the site. The passengers trapped in the bus were pulled out by breaking glass. 14 people, including the driver, were seriously injured. All were sent to CHC. Three people were referred to Tirwa Medical College, where Sarita, 28, Ms. Keshav Paswan, a resident of Mudiyari village in Samastipur district, died. The sleeping bus was brought to a stop at the police station with the help of a crane.

they are hurt
Arjun Mukhiya, 35, resident of Darbhanga Bihar, Jaynarayan Paswan, 40, resident of Darbhanga Kanauli Bagh Police Station, Rohit Singh, 27, resident of Ambedkar Nagar Police Station, Hasanpur Palia Nurpur, Omprakash, 37, resident of Ryasin Jambu, Vijay (35), residing in Samastipur Mudayari, Shyamu (13) son Vijay, Soumya (26) wife Arun, Muzaffarpur residing Viplesh Chandra (28), Vinod (28), Rusra residing Bishunu Paswan (23), Rajendra Paswan (42.) ) suffered more injuries. Omprakash and Surendra were referred to the Medical College in Tirwa.
Driver is supposed to be drunk
Shankar, Gautam Paswan, resident of Samastipur Hansnapur said the bus was full of straw. There were also passengers in the middle gallery. There were about 150 people. The driver drank alcohol after stopping the bus in Agra. He was drunk so the accident happened.

Chief Police Officer Krishnalal Patel sent some passengers to Lucknow by bus. About a hundred people waited for the bus until evening. Meanwhile, the passengers on the expressway remained restless due to hunger and thirst. Uvais Khan, a young social worker from Talgram, gave the people bags of water, bottles and cookies.

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The sleeping car driving from Panipat to Bihar collided with the partition and overturned. One woman died in this accident and 50 people including the driver were injured. Of these, 13 people were seriously injured. The injured were brought to the CHC in an UPDA ambulance.

Some of the injured were taken care of in an ambulance on site. Bus driver Surendra Singh (34) from the Thana Darbari colony in New Delhi wanted to take a sleeping car from Panipat in Haryana to Bihar. The bus carried 150 workers from five districts including Samastipur, Darbhanga and Muzaffarpur in Bihar.

On the Agra-Lucknow Expressway near the Nikwa Tola Plaza by Thana Talgram, the bus collided with the partition at around 2.30 p.m., overturned a hundred meters away and broke the power pole. This caused a scream on the bus.

According to information, the responsible police station Krishnalal Patel, the patrol team of the NCC (Nagarjuna Construction Company) and the teams of the UPEDA, Sakar Glowal, arrived at the site. The passengers trapped in the bus were pulled out by breaking glass. 14 people, including the driver, were seriously injured.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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