- At the time of the accident, people were getting off the bus stopped at the dhaba near Nawada of Maholi Kotwali area on Sitapur-Bareilly National Highway
- Among the dead were Ludhiana driver Mohan Prasad, Nabha's helper Dharmendra and Jitendra Tiwari, a resident of Belwa village in Gonda district, Uttar Pradesh
Jun 13, 2020, 01:42 PM IST
Ludhiana. A bus carrying workers from Ludhiana in Punjab to their homes was killed near Sitapur in Uttar Pradesh. The driver, a resident of Ludhiana, Nabha's helper and a laborer were killed in the accident. It is being told that the accident happened while the bus was standing at the dhaba. A truck crashed into the bus. There is also a report of a person being injured in the accident. He is admitted to the hospital.
According to the information received, the accident occurred on the Sitapur-Bareilly National Highway in Uttar Pradesh near Nawada in the Maholi Kotwali area. The bus was standing on the dhaba. Suddenly a truck hit. Bus driver Karmjit, a resident of Bilaspur village of Darha police station area, said that he was going to Bihar from Bihar with workers in two buses of the company.
On Saturday morning, the workers were getting down to eat and drink by setting up buses at Punjabi Dhaba in Nawada. At the same time, the high speed truck hit a bus. This led to the death of a bus driver Mohan Prasad, a resident of Shimlapuri, Ludhiana. The second bus helper Dharmendra, a resident of Nabha in Patiala, Punjab, also died. Jitendra Tiwari, a resident of Belwa village in Gonda district of Uttar Pradesh, died on the bus.