Bareilly / Driver fell asleep, ambulance collided with divider, 7 people died in the accident

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 31, 2022, 09:57 AM
UP: Seven people died in a road accident in Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly on Tuesday morning. The accident happened due to the ambulance driver falling asleep. It is being told that the ambulance of Ramamurthy Hospital collided with the divider on Tuesday morning. The ambulance was coming from Delhi to Bareilly. 7 people in the ambulance died in the accident. The incident is from Fatehganj West Zone.

It is being speculated that after the driver had a nap, the ambulance crossed the divider and collided with a container going on the other side. According to the information received so far, four men and three women are among the dead. All the deceased are being told of Pilibhit. Police has reached the spot. The bodies of the dead are being taken into custody.

SP Rural Rajkumar Aggarwal said, 'The ambulance has been diverted from the spot so that the traffic is not affected. The reason behind the accident which is being told is that the ambulance coming from Delhi to Bareilly came on the other side of the divider crossing, due to which it collided with the container going towards Delhi from Bareilly side.

SP Rural Rajkumar Agrawal said, 'It is also believed that the reason behind the accident could be the driver of the ambulance taking a nap. On getting information about the incident, many top officials including SSP Rohit Sajwan reached the spot. The identity of the dead is yet to be ascertained

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