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Vehicle fell into 700 meter deep gorge in Uttarakhand, 12 including 2 women died, CM Dhami tweeted

incident (picture)

incident (picture)


12 people, including 2 women, died in a road accident on Friday near Joshimath in . The accident took place on the Urgam-Palla Jakhola motorway in Joshimath area. There were 10 men among those who died in the accident. Three people were injured. As soon as the incident was reported, the administration reached the spot. The accident was so gruesome that the whole vehicle was blown away.

An overloaded vehicle fell into a deep gorge on the Urgam-Palla Jakhola motorway in Joshimath, reported news agency ANI. This ditch is said to be 500 to 700 meters deep. In which bodies of 12 people have been recovered. Relief and rescue operations have been carried out with the help of local people and administration. At present, the bodies recovered are being identified.

The train was overloaded with passengers

According to the information received, people were also sitting on the roof of the Tata Sumo vehicle and during this time when the vehicle was crossing the rain drain, the vehicle became uncontrolled. And fell into a deep ditch. As soon as the information was received, the SDRF team reached the spot for rescue. The accident victim was going from Joshimath towards Kimana. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami expressed grief over the accident and directed the District Magistrate to speed up relief and rescue work after receiving information about the accident over phone. The injured are being treated.


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