Four killed, one critically injured as car hits dumper at Birpara area in West Bengal's Alipurduar

The condition of the injured person is stated to be critical

Press Trust of India February 21, 2020 15:00:24 IST
Four killed, one critically injured as car hits dumper at Birpara area in West Bengal's Alipurduar
  • Four persons killed, one injured after their car collided with dumper truck at Birpara area in West Bengal's Alipurduar district

  • The condition of the injured person is stated to be critical

  • Police said the cause of the incident is being investigated

Kolkata: Four persons were killed and one injured after their car collided with a dumper truck at Birpara area in West Bengal's Alipurduar district on Friday, police said.

Four killed one critically injured as car hits dumper at Birpara area in West Bengals Alipurduar

Representational image. Reuters

The MUV they were travelling in was left in a mangled state following the accident that took place early morning, they said.

All the five men were rushed to a local hospital, where four were declared brought-dead, a police officer said. The condition of the injured person is stated to be critical, he said.

Police said the cause of the incident is being investigated.

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