Five killed in two separate road accidents in Bihar

Two persons were allegedly killed by a car (Bolero) at Veerpur village in Begusarai district on early Tuesday morning.

Published: 04th June 2019 12:21 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th June 2019 12:54 PM   |  A+A-

Accident, Death

For representational purposes

Express News Service

PATNA: Five persons were killed in separate road mishaps in Bihar’s Siwan and Begusarai district on Tuesday early morning. A speedy bus which was coming from the opposite direction crushed three youths, who were riding on a motorbike. The deceased were on their way to attend a wedding in a neighbouring village.

The bodies were taken to Siwan Sadar hospital where doctors were on strike protesting against an incident where government doctors were manhandled by a cop a few days ago.

Hence, the corpses were lying unattended near the post-mortem house since early morning till the time of reporting.

In another accident, two persons were allegedly killed by a car (Bolero) at Veerpur village in Begusarai district on early Tuesday morning.

The Bolero fled the scene after the accident. Later, local residents blocked the Begusrarai-Patna road alleging that it was a murder and not an accident. the villagers said the victims were murdered by a Bolero in a planned way.

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