Maharashtra: Five killed, over 30 injured after bus falls into a gorge in Nandurbar
The accident took place at Kondaibari ghat around 3.15 am on Wednesday when the private bus was going from Malkapur to Surat in Gujarat, a police official said
Mumbai: At least five people were killed and 34 others injured when their speeding bus fell into a gorge in Maharashtra's Nandurbar district in the early hours of Wednesday, a police official said.
The accident took place at Kondaibari ghat around 3.15 am when the private bus was going from Malkapur to Surat in Gujarat, he said.
Five persons dead and around 35 injured after the bus they were travelling in fell into a gorge near Khamchoundar village in Nandurbar. The injured have been taken to a hospital. Rescue operation underway: Mahendra Pandit, SP Nandurbar. #Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/I0QYnrMisd
— ANI (@ANI) October 21, 2020
As per preliminary information, the bus driver lost control over the wheels in the ghat section following which the vehicle fell into the nearly 30-feet deep gorge, he said.
On getting information about the accident, police and local rescue teams rushed to the spot.
"Five people were killed and 34 others received injuries," the police official said.
The injured passengers were rushed to a hospital in Visarwadi, he said.
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