Saturday, January 25, 2020

Accident in Nana Chak, 3 trucks collide

Sushil Sharma

Samba, Jan 16: A truck accident occurred on the National Highway near the Nanak Chak area of ​​Samba District, due to which a truck driver died on the spot.

After the incident, the SDRF team of police started the rescue operation and pulled the driver’s body from the accidental trucks. Others injured were referred to the Government Medical College of Jammu. According to the information, this road accident occurred after colliding with 3 trucks.

Local people said that the accident took place between 12 and 1 in the night last night and the people told the reason for the accident to be the tight road. They demanded administration to build a double lane road on National Highway on that particular area as soon as possible.

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