Rajasthan: On the Jaipur-Agra National Highway on Wednesday, a truck collided with a stationary bus, killing at least eleven and 12 more injured. According to reports from the media, the passenger bus, which was going from Gujarat to Mathura, was upside down and was waiting beside the highway when it was struck by the speeding truck.
When questioned about the casualties, Mridul Kachawa, the SP for Bharatpur, responded, “11 killed, 12 injured in a road accident on Jaipur-Agra Highway near Hantra in Bharatpur District. The bodies have been taken to hospital.”
In a separate incident, a bus and a jeep crashed on Tuesday in the Hanumangarh area of Rajasthan, leaving four people dead. According to reports, the accident happened close to Lakhowali in the vicinity of the Hanumangarh town police station. According to the police, the deceased were named as Nandram Jat (70), Neetu Jat (60), Deepu Jat (13) and Arjun Jat (40).