Nuh: An eight-year-old child fell victim to an accident while crossing the road at Gandhi Village Ghaseda on the Gurugram-Alwar National Highway. A truck traveling from Nuh towards Sohna hit the child, causing the child to tragically die on the spot. After receiving the information, the police reached the spot, took possession of the body and sent it for post-mortem. At the request of the victim’s family, the police started a case and an investigation.
According to information, a tragic accident occurred on the national highway in which a child was hit by a truck while crossing the road. The child died on site. Following the information, the villagers blocked the Gurugram-Alwar highway. Due to the anger of the villagers, there was a traffic jam that lasted about two hours. Meanwhile, after receiving the information, Surendra Kinha reached the spot with DSP Nuh Dalbal. He managed to clear the traffic jam by giving assurances to the villagers. Residents of Ghaseda village demanded that there should be at least five speed limiters on the highway to allow vehicles to travel at low speed. Currently, the police agreed to the villagers’ demand and sent the body to Nuh CHC for autopsy. The same police took the truck into their custody. The driver fled after the accident. The police are currently investigating.
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