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A bus caught fire in western India, killing 6 people.

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January 17 A bus fire broke out in the western Indian state of Rajasthan on the evening of the 16th, killing at least six people and injuring seven others, one of the injured.

A police officer in Rajasthan told Xinhua News Agency that the accident occurred in Jalor district of the state.

Because the driver lost his way in darkness, the bus caught fire after touching the wire.

At that time, the car was carrying about 50 passengers, and the injured had been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Indian Prime Minister Modi and Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gallot posted on social media on the 17th, expressing grief for the casualties caused by the accident.

According to incomplete statistics, about 150,000 people die in traffic accidents every year in India.

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