Haryana: 7 killed, 4 injured as SUV crashes into truck at Ambala-Chandigarh national highway due to heavy fog on
Seven people were killed and five were injured when a vehicle rammed into two SUVs due to heavy fog on the Ambala-Chandigarh national highway on Saturday, police said.
Seven people were killed and five were injured when a vehicle rammed into two SUVs due to heavy fog on the Ambala-Chandigarh national highway in Haryana on Saturday, police said.
"Two cars coming from Chandigarh were hit by another vehicle. The accident took place as heavy fog limited visibility. The injured people have been hospitalised," they said. The deceased belonged to Chandigarh.
The deceased have been identified as Kavita Kapoor, 36, her daughters Ramona, 18, and Harshita, 9, Asha Rani, 45, Piyush, 5, all residents of sector 3, Chandigarh. The drivers Suresh ,45, and Manoj were also killed, Hindustan Times reported.
Earlier on Monday, eight people were killed when dense fog led to a pile-up on a national highway in Haryana's Jhajjar district.
With inputs from PTI
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