Bus accident on the Yamuna Expressway in Mathura

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Mathura

Published by: Mukesh Kumar
Updated June 12, 2021 5:59 PM IST

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On the Yamuna Expressway, a 90-passenger private bus broke the railing and landed in the field. Fortunately, it didn’t turn around. Four people were injured in the incident.

Bus parked in the field below the Yamuna Expressway
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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A bus was down after it broke the railing of the Yamuna Expressway at the Mahavan Police Station in Mathura on Saturday afternoon. This caused a stir on the bus. The accident occurred near milestone 117. Fortunately, the bus did not overturn and stopped at the courtyard. The private bus drove from Bihar to Punjab. About 90 passengers were on board. Nobody was seriously injured. Four passengers were injured.

According to the information, the private bus with 90 workers left the Supaul district in Bihar on the night of June 10th. All the workers on the bus wanted to transplant rice fields in Patiala and Ludhiana in Punjab. On Saturday afternoon, the bus driver took a nap near Milestone 117 on the Yamuna Expressway. As a result, the bus got out of control, broke the railing and landed in the field. Because of the accident, there was an outcry among the workers on the bus. Villagers nearby came after hearing workers’ screams. About an hour after receiving the information, the Yamuna Expressway relief team arrived at the site. The Mahavan Police Station called an ambulance and sent the injured worker for treatment. Four workers were injured. All were sent for first aid.

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A bus was down after it broke the railing of the Yamuna Expressway at the Mahavan Police Station in Mathura on Saturday afternoon. This caused a stir on the bus. The accident occurred near milestone 117. Fortunately, the bus did not overturn and stopped at the courtyard. The private bus drove from Bihar to Punjab. About 90 passengers were on board. Nobody was seriously injured. Four passengers were injured.

According to the information, the private bus with 90 workers left the Supaul district in Bihar on the night of June 10th. All the workers on the bus wanted to transplant rice fields in Patiala and Ludhiana in Punjab. On Saturday afternoon, the bus driver took a nap near Milestone 117 on the Yamuna Expressway. As a result, the bus got out of control, broke the railing and landed in the field.

Because of the accident, there was an outcry among the workers on the bus. Villagers nearby came after hearing workers’ screams. About an hour after receiving the information, the Yamuna Expressway relief team arrived at the location. The Mahavan Police Station called an ambulance and sent the injured worker for treatment. Four workers were injured. All were sent for first aid.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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