The Chief Minister expressed grief over the incident, officials reached the spot
Bhaskar News Service
Mathura. Four people died in a road accident on Wednesday morning, while one was injured, the condition of one of the injured is critical. The accident happened when an eco car collided with a tree in Baldev area. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has expressed grief over the accident. District officials also came to console the families of the deceased youths. As soon as the information was received, the police reached the spot, took out the dead bodies trapped in the car and sent them for postmortem. At the same time, the injured have been sent to the district hospital for treatment. Eco car riders were going from Baldev to Vrindavan in eco car to get their driving license. An eco car going from Baldev to Vrindavan went uncontrolled and hit a tree near Pilkhuni canal on Raya Baldev Marg. In this accident, four youths traveling in the eco car died tragically while one youth was seriously injured. According to the information received, Achal, Akash Yogesh and Ankit, residents of town Dauji and village Angai of Thana Baldev area, died in this accident. While Shanky is injured. On getting information about the incident, Raya police reached the spot and sent the injured to the district hospital. From where he has been referred to Agra. The police filled the panchnama of the dead bodies and sent them for postmortem. As soon as the information about this major accident was received, District Magistrate Pulkit Khare and Senior Superintendent of Police Shailesh Pandey also reached the district hospital. Here he talked to CMS and inquired about the condition of the injured. He consoled the relatives of the injured and deceased present in the district hospital. At the same time, it is being told that the eco-rider was going from Baldev to Vrindavan to get a driving license, meanwhile, in an attempt to save a vehicle, his car collided with a tree. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has expressed deep grief over the loss of lives in the road accident in Mathura. Wishing peace to the departed soul, the Chief Minister has expressed condolences to the bereaved family members. The Chief Minister has directed the officials of the district administration to immediately take the injured to the hospital and provide them proper treatment. Also wished for the speedy recovery of the injured.
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