The truck ran over the people sitting on the roadside, 5 died and the dead bodies were scattered on the road.

Publish Date: 05 Dec, 2022 |
 

A horrific road accident took place in Ratlam. Giving information about the accident, DM Narendra Kumar told that 5 people have died in the accident. While 11 people have been injured. As soon as the information about the accident was received, the administration has reached the spot.

Fire broke after accident

According to the information, a horrific road accident took place late night on the Chorhata police station bypass located in Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. Due to which a fierce fire broke out, two people were burnt alive due to the grip of this fire. On getting the information, the police administration and collector reached the spot. On receiving the information, the fire brigade also reached the spot, but by then both the persons had died, the Collector and the SP have reached the spot on Monday morning, the reasons for the incident are being ascertained after inspecting the spot. At present, the car riders are also being identified.

CM Shivraj expresses grief

At the same time, after getting the information of the incident, the police and local people of Bilpank police station have taken the injured to the district hospital and medical college. During this, Ratlam District Collector Narendra Kumra Suryavanshi told that the truck became unbalanced due to tire burst, due to which this accident happened. 5 people have died in this accident. The injured are being given proper treatment. 

CM Shivraj tweeted about the incident adn said “In Ratlam, the sad news of untimely loss of precious lives and injuries was received in an accident at the crossroads near village Satrunda. I pray to God for the peace of the departed souls and speedy recovery of the injured.”

 

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