Dcm collides with municipal garbage truck, driver dies

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Varanasi. The DCM collided with an accidentally parked municipal garbage truck (dump truck) on the Chowkaghat-Lhartara flyover in the early morning hours of Tuesday. The DCM driver died in the accident. The driver drove to Mohansarai by loading rice fields in DCM.
Vijay Kumar Shukla, 55, a resident of Chatkara Alhoula village under Ambedkar Nagar’s Jalalpura Police Station, used to drive his own DCM vehicle. On Monday evening he drove to Mohansarai with rice seeds from Lucknow. The DCM collided with the Municipal Corporation garbage truck that happened to be parked on the Chowkaghat-Lhartara flyover at around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. After the accident, Vijay Shukla got stuck in the steering for a long time. The police from the road outpost, who reached the site, separated the crashed vehicles by asking for a crane and pulled the driver out. The driver died on the spot. Vijay Shukla’s family members were informed of the accident through DL and Aadhar card that was found out of the pocket. In the afternoon, the relatives also arrived at the site. Other relatives including wife Pushpa Devi and son Rakesh Kumar Shukla arrived. Son Rajkumar and relatives alleged the city garbage truck was parked haphazardly. The accident occurred due to the negligence of the public utility company.

Varanasi. The DCM collided with an accidentally parked municipal garbage truck (dump truck) on the Chowkaghat-Lhartara flyover in the early morning hours of Tuesday. The DCM driver died in the accident. The driver drove to Mohansarai by loading rice fields in DCM.

Vijay Kumar Shukla, 55, a resident of Chatkara Alhoula village under Ambedkar Nagar’s Jalalpura Police Station, used to drive his own DCM vehicle. On Monday evening he drove to Mohansarai with rice seeds from Lucknow. The DCM collided with the Municipal Corporation garbage truck that happened to be parked on the Chowkaghat-Lhartara flyover at around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. After the accident, Vijay Shukla got stuck in the steering for a long time. The police from the road outpost, who reached the site, separated the crashed vehicles by asking for a crane and pulled the driver out. The driver died on the spot. Vijay Shukla’s family members were informed of the accident through DL and Aadhar card that was found out of the pocket. In the afternoon, the relatives also arrived at the site. Other relatives including wife Pushpa Devi and son Rakesh Kumar Shukla arrived. Son Rajkumar and relatives alleged the city garbage truck was parked haphazardly. The accident occurred due to the negligence of the public utility company.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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