3 Policemen Killed, 2 Injured After Car Hits Electric Pole in UP’s Muzaffarnagar

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3 policemen killed aft car hits electrical rod successful Muzaffarnagar

A full of 22,256 deaths were reported successful 2018, surging 10.6 per cent against 20,124 deaths successful 2017.

Three policemen died and 2 got injured successful a car clang successful Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar connected Tuesday afternoon.

The mishap took spot connected the Mansoorpur-Purbalian way erstwhile the car crashed with an electrical rod and overturned connected the road, constabulary said.

Arpit Vijayvargiya, the metropolis superintendent of constabulary (CSP) informed the media astir the incidental connected Tuesday.

On Tuesday afternoon, 5 policemen were travelling successful a WagonR from Mansoorpur constabulary presumption to Sohjani Tagan constabulary station, nestled successful the outskirts of Muzaffarnagar. The car mislaid power conscionable earlier the constabulary checkpoint and collided with an electrical rod and turned upside down.

The names of the deceased constables successful the mishap are Pradeep, Naresh and Ajay. The authoritative added that constabulary reached the mishap spot aft they got to cognize astir the incidental and the cops were admitted to a infirmary successful Muzaffarnagar. All 3 succumbed to their injuries successful the hospital.

Parvesh and Naresh were earlier stationed astatine Mansoorpur constabulary presumption and were present transferred to Bijnor. They had travel to Mansoorpur from Bijnor to observe Holi.

Uttar Pradesh tops the database of roadworthy mishap fatalities successful the country. As per a Road Accident Report issued by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), a full of 22,256 deaths were reported successful the authorities successful 2018, surging 10.6 per cent against 20,124 deaths successful 2017.

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