Kushinagar accident: Life at level crossing number 45 — Tales of death, calculated risk.. indianexpress.com
Shiv Shankar Kushwaha, a representative of the village pradhan, says it was his tractor that had collided with a train at this crossing two years ago.
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22 people were charred to death and another 15 recieved serious burns after a bus caught fire in a bus-truck collision near Invertis university under Bithri Chainpur police station on the intervening night of May 4-5.
According to witnesses, the bus immediately caught fire after the accident even before the commuters, most of them asleep, could recover from the initial impact of the collision. It is also alleged that the Gonda bound bus was speeding in the wrong direction when it collided head on with a truck coming from Shahjahanpur from the opposite side on NH 24.
PM Narendra Modi today announced and ex gratia of 2 lakhs from the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund for the next of kin of those killed in the bus accident in Uttarkashi. The Prime Minister has also announced Rs 50,000 for those seriously injured. My prayers and solidarity with those who lost their loved ones in the unfortunate bus accident, PMO India tweeted. May the injured recover soon, the Prime Minister said.
At least 22 pilgrims from Madhya Pradesh were killed when their bus fell into Bhagirathi river near Nalupani yesterday while returning from Gangotri shrine in the Himalayas. The mishap occurred at around 6 pm as the bus fell 300 metres down the road into the river, Uttarkashi District Magistrate Ashish Shrivastava was quoted as saying by PTI. Rescue efforts by the SDRF, the ITBP and police personnel under the supervision of senior officials are continuing in darkness. There were around 29 pilgrims, mostly from Indore, in the bus at the time of the accident, he said.