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Three killed, six injured in road accident in Rajasthan

The victims were travelling in a car from Ahmedabad to Haridwar, the police said.
Last Updated : 12 May 2024, 09:53 IST
Last Updated : 12 May 2024, 09:53 IST

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Jaipur: Three people were killed and six injured in a road accident on the Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway in Rajasthan's Dausa district, police said on Sunday.

The victims were travelling in a car from Ahmedabad to Haridwar, the police said.

According to Station House Officer (SHO) Bandikui Surendra Malik, the car was speeding along the highway and collided with a divider upon encountering a cow.

When the occupants of the car got off to assess the damage caused to the vehicle, a truck approaching from behind rammed into their vehicle and another truck ran over these people, SHO Malik said.

The police said the accident took place on Sunday morning near Unnabada village of Bandikui in Dausa district.

Ahmedabad resident Hansmukh (32), his wife Seema (30) and their relative Mohanlal (55) died on the spot, while Hansmukh's sister Neeta (32), Neelam (26), and driver Dinesh (30) were seriously injured in the accident, the police said.

Another relative of Hansmukh, Kireet Bhai, and two children, aged two and three, suffered minor injuries in the incident, they said.

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Published 12 May 2024, 09:53 IST

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