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Constable Die With Family In Road Mishap In Bharatpur

by RajasthanDirect
Dec 10, 2012

Three members of a family were killed when the bike they were riding on was hit by a car on NH-11 in Chiksana area of Bharatpur on Sunday. One of the deceased was a constable deputed at Atalband police station in Bharatpur.

According to the police, the deceased, identified as constable Prakashveer (44), his wife Pinki (40) and 18-year-old son Yogesh were going to their ancestral village Katara situated in Agra’s Malpura police station area.

The mishap occurred around noon near the Ghana Jatoli turn. “The trio was on a Pulsar bike. They were taking a turn towards Agra when a car approaching from opposite direction hit the bike. The collision was so severe that they were thrown almost 15 metres away from the bike. They sustained serious head injuries,” said a police officer.

Some other commuters informed the police following which they were rushed to PBM Hospital in Bharatpur. However, doctors declared them brought dead.

SP Bharatpur Anshuman Bhomia reached the hospital and consoled the constable’s family members.

In yet another mishap, at least 50 passengers were injured when two buses collided on NH-113, about 10 kms from Banswara town on Saturday night. Condition of about two dozen injured people is stated to be serious.

The mishap happened when two private buses collided head-on on the Borwat flyover. “One of the buses was left hanging from the flyover after the mishap. The road was blocked for some time, but the buses were towed away soon,” said a police officer.

src: TOI


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