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Major accident in Ajmer; 12 killed, 21 injured as bus collides with truck
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NEW DELHI, July 8 (Agencies): At least 12 people were killed and several were injured after a bus and a truck collided into each other in Rajasthan's Ajmer on Sunday.

All the injured persons have been rushed to the JLN hospital. As per initial reports, the condition of the injured is said to be very critical and therefore, the number of deaths is expected to increase.

An agencies report stated that a collision took place between the roadways bus carrying passengers and a dumper truck carrying construction materials in Tabiji village in Ajmer. It is said that the collision was so intense that one part of the bus suffered huge damaged.

The locals alerted the nearest control room following which a team of police reached the spot and made arrangements to send the injured to the nearby hospital. They also demanded to launch a probe into the mishap besides appealing the authorities to ensure that such accidents are averted in the future. All the injured have been given initial medical treatment.


News Updated at : Monday, July 9, 2018
 
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