Road Accident in Chhota Udaipur: A horrific road accident happened late Tuesday night in Chhota Udaipur district of Gujarat. 4 people died in this accident. The accident occurred due to a head-on collision between the car and the ST bus, in which the vehicle blew up, and all four people in the car died on the spot.
According to police officials, about 30 passengers were also sitting on the bus. Who narrowly escaped from being a victim of the accident. At the same time, all the four deceased are residents of Khargone city of Madhya Pradesh.
Road Accident in Chhota Udaipur
This case is near Chhuchapura village of Chhota Udaipur district. According to reports, the incident happened at around 3.45 pm. Local people said that due to the direct collision of the car (MP 10 CA 6938) with the bus, the sound of the crash was heard far and wide in the village, which shocked the villagers and immediately rushed to the spot for rescue. The villagers informed the nearest police and 108 ambulances about the incident.
With the help of JCB, two bodies had to be cut and removed from the car.
At the same time, the local people said that till the arrival of the ambulance. The villagers had taken out the bodies of two people. But the bodies of the other two could not be retrieved due to the blown-up of the car. On receiving the information, the police immediately took the other two bodies out of the vehicle by cutting the front part of the car with the help of a JCB machine at around 5.30 am.
The police have taken the four bodies in possession and sent them to the mortuary of the government hospital in Sankheda for postmortem, where the police have informed the relatives of the deceased.
The victims of the accident have been identified.
According to police officials, the identity of the dead has been established based on the papers of the deceased. In which Dineshbhai Patel, Ishwarbhai Karshanbhai Gurjar, Rajeshbhai Devrambhai Gurjar, Gyarshilal are there. He said that the police would hand over the bodies of the deceased to the relatives after post-mortem.