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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Breaking: 4 killed as luxury bus pulls down from bridge near Kondaibhari Ghat in Navapur, Maharashtra, bordering Gujarat

Breaking: 4 killed as luxury bus pulls down from bridge near Kondaibhari Ghat in Navapur, Maharashtra, bordering Gujarat

Subham Travels had a luxury bus

More than 30 passengers were injured

The luxury bus of Subham Travels skidded off the bridge near Kondaibhari Ghat in Navapur, Maharashtra on the Gujarat border. In which 4 have died. While more than 30 passengers were injured. The injured have been shifted to various nearby hospitals for treatment.

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The death toll is likely to rise

On Navapur-Dhule-Surat National Highway No. 6, at Kondaibari Ghat near Visrawadi, on the way from Jalgaon to Surat, a luxury bus of Subham Travels skidded off the bridge near Kondaibhari Ghat Dargah at 2 am. Four passengers were killed in the accident. 30 have been injured. Most of the injured are from Surat and Jalgaon. While the death toll is likely to rise.

Passengers were asleep at the time of the accident at night

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According to preliminary information, the bus of Subham Travels had 40 passengers. The accident left 45 passengers dead on the spot and more than 30 seriously injured. The accident happened between 2 and 2.30 pm. So that the number of injured may be higher as the passengers are asleep. Many passengers were also trapped in the bus. Who have been moved out of the sense of treatment.

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108 were called from 6 places and the injured were shifted to the hospital

The driver of the bus was rushed to Visarwadi Rural Hospital in critical condition and later shifted to Nandurbar District Hospital for further treatment. Due to high number of injured, 108 ambulances have been called from Visrawadi, Navapur, Khandbara, Nandurbar, Pimpalner and Dahivel.

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