At least seven vehicles collided with each other near Aurangabad village in Yamunanagar today due to fog, news agency ANI reported.
According to the police, the injured have been admitted to the hospital.
Asking people to drive slowly, the police said: “10-15 vehicles can hit but we can do 7-8 here. I appeal to people to drive slowly as it is foggy these days.”
Haryana | At least 7 vehicles collided with each other due to fog this morning near Aurangabad village of Yamunanagar. Injured hospitalized.
Police says, “10-15 vehicles can hit but we can hit 7-8 here. I appeal people to drive slowly due to fog these days.” pic.twitter.com/kkR36jK19C
– ANI (@ANI) December 18, 2022
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Earlier this month, two passengers were killed when a Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) bus rammed into seven other vehicles in Maharashtra’s Nashik district.
According to an official, the accident took place near Palse village on the Nashik-Pune road.
According to him, an MSRTC bus traveling from Rajgurunagar to Nashik in Pune had brake failure and rammed into four motorcycles and two SUVs before colliding with another MSRTC bus traveling from Sinnar.
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The locals broke the glass panes of the bus and rescued all the 43 people on board, he added.
According to a police official, two fire engines from Nashik Road fire station and one rescue vehicle from Shingda Talav fire station were rushed to the spot and the fire was brought under control.
On 8 October, a private bus caught fire after colliding with a vehicle on the Nashik-Aurangabad highway in Nashik district, killing 13 and injuring 35.
(with inputs from agencies)