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Major accident in Himachal Pradesh’s Kinnaur, 9 people died

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A major accident took place in Himachal Pradesh’s Kinnaur on Sunday. After a landslide on the Sangla-Chitkul road here, rocks fell on the moving tempo traveler vehicle. 9 people died in this accident. At the same time, four people were injured.

It is being said that the accident happened at 1.30 pm on Sunday. Rocks fell near Batseri on Sangla-Chitkul road. The tempo traveler (HR 55 AC 9003) going towards Sangla also came under its grip. There were 11 people in it. It is being told that 9 of them died.

Major accident in Himachal Pradesh's Kinnaur, 9 people died
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All the passengers were from different places

It is being told that the passengers killed in the incident are yet to be identified. All of them are from different places and are not related to each other’s family or relatives. 8 passengers died on the spot. While one died on the way to the hospital. A local civilian has also been injured in the accident. More vehicles were damaged due to falling rocks. But all other passengers are safe. Landslides have continued on this road since Saturday.

Major accident in Himachal Pradesh's Kinnaur, 9 people died
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The house-bridge also came in the grip

It is being said that due to the landslide, the Batseri bridge came under the grip of rocks. The bridge was completely broken. Apart from this, some people coming out from there, apple orchards and houses have also been damaged. Police have reached the spot and a rescue operation is going on.

Major accident in Himachal Pradesh's Kinnaur, 9 people died
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73 killed, 47 missing in landslides in Maharashtra

On the other hand, 73 people have died in landslides in Raigad, Ratnagiri and Satara in Maharashtra. Maximum 44 people died due to landslides in Mahad of Raigad. At the same time, 47 people are still missing in the three districts. According to the Maharashtra government, so far 112 people have died in the flood-related incidents in the state. 34 teams of NDRF are engaged in rescue operations.

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