Two road accidents in Beed, Maharashtra, 10 people died on the spot
Ten people, including a doctor, lost their lives in two separate accidents involving a bus and an ambulance in Maharashtra's Ambhora and Ashti villages.
Ten people, including a doctor, lost their lives in two separate accidents involving a bus and an ambulance in Maharashtra's Ambhora and Ashti villages. More than 25 people are reported injured. In the first incident, at least four people traveling in an ambulance died around 10 p.m. on Wednesday. When she collided with a truck turning from behind.
Police Inspector Santosh Khetmalas said that the second incident took place around 5 a.m. on Thursday when a passenger bus going from Mumbai to Beed skidded and overturned at a turn of the highway near Ashti. The ambulance was carrying a patient when the heavy vehicle was taking a left turn to go to Ahmednagar and collided with the truck from behind.
Ambulance driver Bharat S. was among the victims. Lokhande (35), Manoj P. Tirpude (34), and Pappu P. Tirkunde (33), all of them died on the spot, while a doctor, Dr. Rajesh B. Zinjurke (35) died during treatment at McCarey Hospital, Ahmednagar.
According to Khetmalas, at around 5 am in the morning, a speeding bus suddenly slipped and overturned on Beed Highway and stopped after being dragged for more than 100 meters. So far five people have died and more than 24 have been injured in the accident, some seriously. The Sagar Travels bus was going from Mumbai to Beed and the exact cause of the accident is being investigated. All cases have been registered.