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This photo is from Jaunpur. Bolero damaged in accident.
- Accident in Jalalpur police station area, Bolero exploded in collision
In the Jaunpur district of Uttar Pradesh, three people died in a collision of a Bolero with bus and bararatis on Sunday morning, while three people were seriously injured. Among the dead are the groom’s maternal uncle and warts. The accident took place in the Jalalpur police station area. The collision was so severe that the Bolero’s children flew away. The dead bodies were cut out with a gas cutter. The injured have been referred from Jaunpur to Varanasi. All were returning home after attending a wedding ceremony.
Accidentally damaged bus.
The wedding procession went to Baragaon in Varanasi
Shailendra Saroj, the brother of Bolero driver Atul Saroj from Tariari, Sehalpur village in Jalalpur police station area, went to Bauraha village in Bargaon police station area of Varanasi on Saturday. When the procession was returning from seven o’clock in the morning, the Bolero collided with the contracted bus of the roadways on the Varanasi-Jaunpur highway near Jaunpur near Asbaranpur village. The collision was so fast that the Bolero left its track and fell to the other track from the right side. At the same time, the front mirror of the bus shattered. The driver of the bus escaped after the accident.
Critical condition of three injured
A crowd gathered on the spot after the accident. Police arrived after receiving the information and took out the people trapped in Bolero. But Ramlal Saroj (52 years), resident of Udpur, Jawaheer Prasad Saroj (60 years), resident of Dingurpur, Sanjay Pandit (50 years) of Kotwalpur died. Ramlal Saroj groom was Shailendra’s maternal uncle and Jawahir Saroj’s warts. At the same time, Atul Saroj, Majeed, Ramjit Saroj, residents of Tarihari Sehmalpur have been seriously injured. They have been referred to Varanasi. Station head Jalalpur Satya Prakash Singh said that the bodies have been sent for post-mortem.