Four Killed, Six Injured in Separate Road Accidents in Rajasthan

Four people have died and six others were injured in two separate road accidents in Rajasthan's Chittorgarh and Dausa districts. The accidents involved a van colliding with a parked truck and a car hitting a truck from behind. Both incidents resulted in hospitalizations and family fatalities.

PTI | Jaipur | Updated: 01-06-2024 15:53 IST | Created: 01-06-2024 15:53 IST
Four Killed, Six Injured in Separate Road Accidents in Rajasthan
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In a tragic turn of events, four individuals lost their lives while six sustained injuries in two separate road accidents in Rajasthan, authorities confirmed this Saturday.

The first incident occurred in Chittorgarh district, where brothers Suresh Garg, 42, and Mangilal Garg, 45, met their untimely demise after their van collided with a parked truck on the Chittorgarh-Kota highway near Nagari village. Five family members, including three children, were injured and promptly admitted to a hospital in Chittorgarh, as reported by Jayesh Patidar, SHO of Bassi Police Station.

Simultaneously, in Dausa district, Rajesh Awasthi, 58, and his wife Farah Awasthi, 55, were killed when their car rammed a truck from behind on the Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway. Their son, Divyank Awasthi, 22, who was driving, sustained serious injuries. They were en route to the Mahakal Temple in Madhya Pradesh's Ujjain when the tragedy struck, and were subsequently taken to the Dausa District Hospital, SHO of Bandikui Police Station, Surendra Malik, reported.

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