A HRTC (Himachal Road Transport Corporation) bus fell into a ditch near Kandu area on Chamba-Pathankot National Highway in Himachal. 4 people died and 34 people were injured. The injured were rushed to the hospital for medical attention. A bus coming from Uttarakhand fell into a gorge.
The accident occurred at Chehli village in Chamba Sadar area around 6.45 am on March 10. A bus was on its way to Chamba from Dehradun. Locals rushed the spot to rescue the passengers. The police team along with rescue team reached to the spot. Some passengers were rescued with the help of the fire brigade personnel. The injured sent to the Chamba medical college for treatment. The accident took place due to negligent and rash driving. A case was also registered against bus driver. Most of the deceased and the injured belong to Chamba district. Traffic movement was totally disrupted on this route due to this accident. The traffic officials also reached the spot to manage the traffic situation.
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