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Dense fog leads to vehicle pile-up on Kanjhawala-Bawana road, several injured

Several people were injured Thursday in a pile-up of 25 vehicles due to dense fog on the Kanjhawala-Bawana road of outer Delhi, police said.

A woman travelling in a car received serious injuries while several others suffered minor injuries, they said.

Police said they were informed at 7.30 am about an accident on the Kanjhawala-Bawana road near Nangal Thakuran village.

The incident took place when a car travelling on the road caught fire and stopped on middle of the road, he said.

The occupants of the car safely abandoned the vehicle. But due to fog, other vehicles pilled up after a car hit the abandoned four-wheeler, he added. The injured were taken to a nearby hospital and discharged after first aid, police said.

A DTC bus and a car were also caught up in the pile-up.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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