Rajasthan road accident kills six students

Rajasthan road accident kills six students


  • Students coming to Jaipur for exam.
  • An oncoming truck collided with a car.
  • The car was crushed to the ground by the accident.

A fatal road accident took place in Rajasthan on Saturday morning. Six students were killed in the accident in the capital Jaipur. Others were injured in the crash. The accident took place while the students were getting in the car to appear for the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (RET). The car they were traveling in collided with an oncoming lorry. The students in the car were seriously injured. Four died at the scene and two others were rushed to hospital.

The injured were rushed to hospital. While the treatment is going on for them .. it seems that the condition of both of them is poisonous. After receiving information about the accident, the police reached the spot and took relief measures. The police who registered the case are investigating. It was basically concluded that the accident was caused by negligence. The bodies were seized and moved for postmortem. Police said the accident happened as the dead were coming to attend a rehearsal on Sunday.

Another accident took place near Jaipur at midnight on Friday, leaving three dead. The dead were identified as belonging to Madhya Pradesh. Authorities said one of them was a police officer. The deceased have been identified as Dilip Singh Yadav (35), Raghavendra Yadav (29) and Shivam Yadav (34) of Bhind district in Madhya Pradesh. They were traveling in a car from Delhi to Jaipur when they were hit by a speeding truck at Kotputli on the national highway. There the car collided with a truck while crossing the busstand and crossed the divider and went to the other side. At the same time another truck flew over it.


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