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Bus from Delhi going to Bihar with laborers crashed, two including innocent killed


A bus going from Delhi to Bihar with laborers crashed after which two including the innocent were killed. Meanwhile, a private bus going from Delhi to Bihar collided with this crashed bus. Police arrived on the information, with the help of villagers, evacuated the injured passengers from the bus.

Barabanki (UP). On Saturday, a private bus carrying migrant workers going to Bihar collided with a roadways bus near village Baisnpurwa of Parramasnehiighat police station area in Barabanki district, killing one innocent and one passenger and injuring 12 people. According to the information, due to the lockdown in Delhi, migrant workers were returning to their homes. Station in-charge of Ramasnehi Ghat Sachchidanand Rai said on Saturday that a private bus had left Delhi for Bihar on Friday evening carrying workers from several districts including Ambedkar Nagar, Gorakhpur. He told that today this bus fell victim to the accident in the Ramasnehighat police station area on the Ayodhya-Lucknow highway.

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According to the station in-charge, a school bus engaged in election duty coming from Barabanki was turning to Besanpurwa to go to Banikodar Block Headquarters when the roadway bus of Delhi-Etah-Mainpuri depot going from Delhi to Gorakhpur collided with it. Meanwhile, a private bus going from Delhi to Bihar collided with this crashed bus. Police arrived on the information, with the help of villagers, evacuated the injured passengers from the bus. Seeing the condition of two people including one and a half year old innocent in this, they were sent to the community health center Banikodar, where doctors declared them dead. The dead have been identified as Yash, one and a half year old son of Sanjay, resident of Manjira in Ambedkar Nagar district and Baljit, 40, of Manwarpur village in the same district. The station in-charge said that two of the injured have been referred to the district hospital while the minor injured have been discharged after first aid.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.

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