Jharkhand Accident: Car and bus collided head-on. Due to which 5 people got stuck in the car. After a while the car caught fire and the occupants of the car got burnt.Today (Wednesday) a horrific accident took place in Ramgarh, Jharkhand, in which 5 people have died. While 2 other people have been injured. Ramgarh SP Prabhat Kumar said that near Murbanda Lari on Gola-Ramgarh road in Rajrappa police station area of Ramgarh district, at around eight in the morning, a car collided with a bus coming from the other side. happened. The bus climbed over the car. Then all the five people in the car were badly trapped there.
Identification of dead bodies is not possible due to badly burnt
He said that shortly after the car caught fire and all five people including a boy and two women were burnt to death on the spot (Five People Burnt Alive In Car). The bodies of those killed in the accident have been burnt so badly that their identification has become difficult. All the bodies have been sent to the hospital for post-mortem and efforts are on to contact their families.Ramgarh SP told that the vehicle is registered in the name of Alok Roshan of Patna. Patna Police has been contacted for the identification of the dead and other action.
The car overturned after hitting the divider
SP Prabhat Kumar said that another accident happened in Kujju Valley. Five people from Sheikhpura in Bihar were coming by car to visit the Chhinnamastaka temple located at Rajrappa. Due to high speed at around 8.30 am, the car overturned after colliding with the road divider in the Kujju valley due to disturbances in the balance. Due to this, two people in the car died on the spot while three others were injured, out of which one is in critical condition.
bodies sent for postmortem
He said that the seriously injured have been sent to RIMS Hospital in Ranchi for treatment while the other two people are being treated in Ramgarh itself. The bodies of both the people killed in the accident have been sent to the district hospital for post-mortem. The dead have not been identified yet.