Truck loaded with mustard oil overturns, driver-assistant injured

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A truck loaded with mustard oil tips over, driver-assistants injured
Vikramjot (settlement). A truck with mustard oil driving from Madhya Pradesh to Bihar overturned uncontrollably on the highway near the village of Kawalpur near the town of Vikramjot late Saturday evening. In the accident, the truck driver and the helper jumped to save their lives, but were both injured.
After the accident, the tin cans with oil loaded on the truck were scattered here and there. Vikramjot outpost in charge, Manish Jaiswal, sent injured Akram Khan, a resident of Desar Mau Police Station, in the Etawa District, and Khalasi Rehan, a resident of the New Basti Police Station and Etawa District, to the Vikramjot Community Health Center.
After the accident, two soldiers were deployed during the night to save the mustard oil from looting. At the same time, traffic on the motorway was restored after the grit had been removed. The responsible outpost, Manish Jaiswal, announced that the truck would drive from Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh to Bahadurganj in Bihar.

A truck loaded with mustard oil tips over, driver-assistants injured

Vikramjot (settlement). A truck with mustard oil driving from Madhya Pradesh to Bihar overturned uncontrollably on the highway near the village of Kawalpur near the town of Vikramjot late Saturday evening. In the accident, the truck driver and the helper jumped to save their lives, but were both injured.

After the accident, the tin cans with oil loaded on the truck were scattered here and there. Vikramjot outpost in charge, Manish Jaiswal, sent injured Akram Khan, a resident of Desar Mau Police Station, in the Etawa District, and Khalasi Rehan, a resident of the New Basti Police Station and Etawa District, to the Vikramjot Community Health Center.

After the accident, two soldiers were deployed during the night to save the mustard oil from looting. At the same time, traffic on the motorway was restored after the grit had been removed. The responsible outpost, Manish Jaiswal, announced that the truck would drive from Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh to Bahadurganj in Bihar.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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