Accident in Uttarakhand: On the bus that was tragically struck, a wedding procession had just left the LalDhang neighborhood of Haridwar.
A bus carrying more than 40 people plummeted down a gorge in Uttarakhand, resulting in at least 25 fatalities. On Tuesday, a bus carrying more than 40 passengers, including children, plunged down a 500-meter chasm on the Rikhnikhal-Birokhal route in the Pauri Garhwal district. According to the state police, the operation has so far resulted in the rescue of 20 persons.
25 persons have perished in this disaster, according to the facts we have at this point. 20 people were saved and sent to the hospital, some of whom had significant injuries, the tweet from the Uttarakhand police stated.
25 persons were discovered dead in the Pauri Garhwal bus accident that happened last night in the Bironkhal neighborhood of Dhumakot, according to DGP Ashok Kumar, who also verified this to news agency ANI. Four teams of the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) are said to be on-site directing the rescue efforts.
According to the Haridwar SP, a wedding procession had left the LalDhang neighborhood of Haridwar aboard the bus that was involved in the tragic accident. Family members are being asked for information. The Pauri Police and SDRF are still working to save people at the scene According to Swatantra Kumar Singh.
About 25 people have lost their lives in this accident and the news of about 20 people being injured is still coming to the fore. died and 20 people have been taken out alive, still the police administration is investigating. DGP Ashok Kumar put this entire incident in front of the media.
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami also condoled the incident and promised that the family members or those in whose house the accident took place will be given something as compensation and will go to the spot and investigate it at the earliest. The local people are also cooperating fully in this investigation.
The state disaster management center was tasked with keeping an eye on the situation by the chief minister, Pushkar Singh Dhami. The State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) was called to send teams to the accident site. We are working hard to bring all required equipment to the accident scene. The rescue effort is being assisted by nearby locals, he added in a late-night statement.
The event happened on the same day when an avalanche hit a party of novice mountaineers. So far, there have been at least four documented deaths.