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Tractor returning after idol immersion collides with height girder, three dead, four referred in critical condition

Araria, 15 February (Hindustan Reporter). In Bihar, 3 people have died when people returning after immersing idols in a tractor collided with a height guard installed on the road near Majgama ward number 3 of Diyari Panchayat of Araria Nagar police station area in Bihar late on Thursday evening. More than half a dozen people are injured.

The matter is of Majgama ward number three of Diyari Panchayat of Nagar police station area. Actually, all of them had gone to the river bank near the village to immerse the idol of Saraswati and when they were returning from there after immersing the idol, this accident happened. Local people say that the tractor driver did not see the height guard installed on the road, due to which the tractor collided with it and such a big accident occurred. About a dozen people were injured in the collision. In which the condition of three-four people was very critical. Then the local people immediately informed the police and the police reached the spot and brought all the injured to Sadar Hospital. Where doctor Ali Hasan, who was on duty, examined the injured and declared three people dead. Considering that the condition of 4 is serious, he has been immediately referred to a higher centre. The remaining injured are being treated in Sadar Hospital.

On the spot, Sadar SDPO Rampukar Singh along with the city police station reached Sadar Hospital and after taking stock of the situation there, they informed that three people have died. And around half a dozen people are injured. Out of which 4 people have been sent to higher centre. He told that DM Madam is also monitoring this incident. The villager also told that everyone had gone to the river bank near the village to immerse the idol. And while returning from there, they collided with the Height Garden on the road in which this accident took place. Three people have died. In which 40 year old Amit Kumar Mandal, former head of ward number three, is also included. The second deceased included 30-year-old Munna Kumar Mandal and the third, 60-year-old Manesh Lal Mandal.