Bus and truck loaded with gas cylinders collide in Jarkad, more than 40 injured

Paderkola (Jharkhand) January 05 (Agency) On Wednesday morning, 10 people lost their lives in a horrific car accident in Pakhar, Jharkhand. The bus going from Sahibganj to Dumka collided with a truck loaded with LPG cylinders near Paderkola on the Littipada-Amdapara road. More than 40 people have been reported to board the bus. About 25 people are injured by it.

The collision was so strong that both vehicles were blown up. Many people fell off the bus. Many people sitting on the bus were trapped inside. People come out cutting the body of the bus. It is said that the bus driver is still alive. He is stuck on the bus. Locals said the death toll from the crash was expected to rise.

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According to sources, the collision between the Krishna Rajat bus and the truck full of LPG cylinders was so fast that both vehicles exploded. Police sent the bodies for an autopsy. So far, the people killed have not been identified. The injured have been taken to hospital. As soon as the information about the accident was received, the residents of the area first arrived at the scene. They became involved in the relief and rescue operation even before the administration and the police arrived. Following the accident, a number of senior officials from the District Administration and the Police Administration have also reached the spot.

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According to the information received, according to the police officers who came to investigate the accident, it seems that the accident was caused by fog. The driver of the truck did not see the bus coming forward. He hit the bus directly. Many people on the bus were asleep at the time of the accident. Because of this, no one had time to recover.

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