Driver dies in head-on collision with truck – car driver dies in head-on collision with truck

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Sister. Two trucks collided head-on near the Dhanwar barrier in Chhattisgarh, adjacent to the district, on Wednesday evening. The collision was so severe that truck driver Ramlakhan God (25) died on the spot.
The traffic on the main Ambikapur-Renukoot road came to a standstill due to the collision of trucks. The passengers suffered a lot as a result. When the police were informed of the incident, they reached the location and took possession of the body. After an intense effort, the police ended the traffic jam after about ten hours by putting the vehicles aside. The passengers were stuck in a traffic jam for hours.
Ramlakhan God, 25, a resident of Supachuva Village in Mayorpur Police Station, made his living driving a truck. On Wednesday, Ramlakhan left Raigarh in Chhattisgarh for Kanpur after loading an Ingle onto a truck. On the way near Dhanwar at around one o’clock in the morning, the truck loaded with Ingalla collided with the truck from the opposite direction. The driver Ramlakhan, seriously injured in the accident, died on site. After the collision of the trucks, a long line of vehicles formed on both sides, which caused a huge traffic jam. The passengers trapped in traffic said that they had been stuck in traffic since the night. The jam ended on the second day of Thursday at 11 a.m. The chief inspector of Basantpur Police Station said the deceased’s body was being taken to Vadrafnagar Community Health Center in Chhattisgarh for an autopsy. Further measures are being taken.

Sister. Two trucks collided head-on on Wednesday night near the Dhanwar barrier in Chhattisgarh, adjacent to the district. The collision was so severe that truck driver Ramlakhan God (25) died on the spot.

The traffic on the main Ambikapur-Renukoot road came to a standstill due to the collision of trucks. The passengers suffered a lot as a result. When the police were informed of the incident, they reached the location and took possession of the body. After an intense effort, the police ended the traffic jam after about ten hours by putting the vehicles aside. The passengers were stuck in a traffic jam for hours.

Ramlakhan God, 25, a resident of Supachuva Village in Mayorpur Police Station, made his living driving a truck. On Wednesday, Ramlakhan left Raigarh in Chhattisgarh for Kanpur after loading an Ingle onto a truck. On the way near Dhanwar at around one o’clock in the morning, the truck loaded with Ingalla collided with the truck from the opposite direction. The driver Ramlakhan, seriously injured in the accident, died on site. After the collision of the trucks, long lines of vehicles formed on both sides, which led to a huge traffic jam. The passengers trapped in traffic said that they had been stuck in traffic since the night. The jam ended on the second day of Thursday at 11 a.m. The chief inspector of Basantpur Police Station said the deceased’s body was being taken to Vadrafnagar Community Health Center in Chhattisgarh for an autopsy. Further measures are being taken.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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