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With hundreds of thousands of people killed and injured each year, India has one of the highest road death rates in the world. The majority of accidents are attributed to careless driving, poorly maintained roads, and aging vehicles.
The bus, which had roughly 100 people on board, was traveling to Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, when it crashed with a stopped truck late Friday night near Suhagi Pahari in Rewa.
Rewa: In Madhya Pradesh’s Rewa, a bus carrying passengers collided with a truck, resulting in at least 15 fatalities and 40 injuries.
The bus, which had roughly 100 people on board, was traveling to Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, when it crashed with a stopped truck late Friday night near Suhagi Pahari in Rewa.
According to officials, those who sustained critical injuries are being treated at Rewa’s Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital while those who were less seriously hurt were taken to a hospital in Suhagi.
The truck collided with another truck, according to the authorities, leaving it trapped on the roadway. The truck was subsequently struck from the back by the bus.
The majority of the passengers in the bus, according to Rewa Superintendent of Police Navneet Bhasin, were laborers from Uttar Pradesh who had boarded the vehicle in Katni, Madhya Pradesh.
According to officials, the laborers traveled to Katni from Hyderabad on a different bus and were on their way home for Diwali.
According to sources, one or more bystanders told the police about the collision.
According to the police, a case has been filed, and an investigation is being conducted to determine the precise reason for the accident.
The families of those killed in the disaster would receive compensation of 2 lakh each, according to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Each badly injured person will receive 50,000.
Shivraj Singh Chauhan, his counterpart from Madhya Pradesh, has also expressed sorrow over the incident. According to the Chief Minister’s office, the Rewa district administration is making plans to transport the bodies to their relatives in Uttar Pradesh.
Both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Draupadi Murmu expressed their condolences on the accident’s fatalities.

15 UP Laborers Leaving for Diwali Are Killed in a Madhya Pradesh Bus Crash

ByJosh Taylor

Oct 22, 2022

With hundreds of thousands of people killed and injured each year, India has one of the highest road death rates in the world. The majority of accidents are attributed to careless driving, poorly maintained roads, and aging vehicles.
The bus, which had roughly 100 people on board, was traveling to Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, when it crashed with a stopped truck late Friday night near Suhagi Pahari in Rewa.
Rewa: In Madhya Pradesh’s Rewa, a bus carrying passengers collided with a truck, resulting in at least 15 fatalities and 40 injuries.
The bus, which had roughly 100 people on board, was traveling to Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, when it crashed with a stopped truck late Friday night near Suhagi Pahari in Rewa.
According to officials, those who sustained critical injuries are being treated at Rewa’s Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital while those who were less seriously hurt were taken to a hospital in Suhagi.
The truck collided with another truck, according to the authorities, leaving it trapped on the roadway. The truck was subsequently struck from the back by the bus.
The majority of the passengers in the bus, according to Rewa Superintendent of Police Navneet Bhasin, were laborers from Uttar Pradesh who had boarded the vehicle in Katni, Madhya Pradesh.
According to officials, the laborers traveled to Katni from Hyderabad on a different bus and were on their way home for Diwali.
According to sources, one or more bystanders told the police about the collision.
According to the police, a case has been filed, and an investigation is being conducted to determine the precise reason for the accident.
The families of those killed in the disaster would receive compensation of 2 lakh each, according to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Each badly injured person will receive 50,000.
Shivraj Singh Chauhan, his counterpart from Madhya Pradesh, has also expressed sorrow over the incident. According to the Chief Minister’s office, the Rewa district administration is making plans to transport the bodies to their relatives in Uttar Pradesh.
Both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Draupadi Murmu expressed their condolences on the accident’s fatalities.