Mathura: Bus landed in the fields below the expressway after breaking the railing

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Baldew (Mathura). In the Mahavan area, the bus driver who was napping from the Supaul district in Bihar to Ludhiana Punjab broke the railing and landed in the fields below the expressway. If the bus had overturned, there could have been a serious accident. There were 90 workers on the bus. There was an outcry among the passengers. The leg of a worker who fell out of the bus window was buried under the wheel. Several other passengers got chubby. Driver and conductors fled on site.
New bus service Dewali Road A bus from Delhi left Supaul in Bihar on the night of June 10th and brought 90 workers from Supaul, Madhepur and Chhatarpur districts to Punjab. The workers wanted to transplant rice fields in Ludhiana, Punjab. The driver took a nap at 2pm on Saturday in the area of ​​the Milestone 117 Mahavan Police Station on the Yamuna Expressway. As a result, the bus got out of control and landed in the field below the expressway and broke the railing.
Meanwhile, Dhanu Yadav, a resident of Parpurwa Village, Madhepura District, fell out of the window. One of his feet got under the wheel. The villagers got the workers off the bus. An hour later, the Yamuna Expressway relief team arrived. Mahavan police called an ambulance and sent the injured to the hospital. Many workers were injured in collisions with the seats of the bus.
After the accident, the driver Anand Kumar Tyagi, a resident of Najafgarh, fled the site with the operator. Police officer Mahavan Manoj Kumar Sharma said the police arrived after receiving information about the bus coming off the expressway. The injured passengers were taken to the hospital.

Baldew (Mathura). In the Mahavan area, the bus driver who was napping from the Supaul district in Bihar to Ludhiana Punjab broke the railing and landed in the fields below the expressway. If the bus had overturned, there could have been a serious accident. There were 90 workers on the bus. There was an outcry among the passengers. The leg of a worker who fell out of the bus window was buried under the wheel. Several other passengers got chubby. Driver and conductors fled on site.

New bus service Dewali Road A bus from Delhi left Supaul in Bihar on the night of June 10th and brought 90 workers from Supaul, Madhepur and Chhatarpur districts to Punjab. The workers wanted to grow rice fields in Ludhiana, Punjab. The driver took a nap at 2pm on Saturday in the area of ​​the Milestone 117 Mahavan Police Station on the Yamuna Expressway. As a result, the bus got out of control and landed in the field below the expressway, breaking the railing.

Meanwhile, Dhanu Yadav, a resident of Parpurwa Village, Madhepura District, fell out of the window. One of his feet got under the wheel. The villagers got the workers off the bus. An hour later, the Yamuna Expressway relief team arrived. Mahavan police called an ambulance and sent the injured to the hospital. Many workers were injured in collisions with the seats of the bus.

After the accident, the driver Anand Kumar Tyagi, a resident of Najafgarh, fled the site with the operator. Police officer Mahavan Manoj Kumar Sharma said the police arrived after receiving information about the bus coming off the expressway. The injured passengers were taken to the hospital.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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