At 8 p.m. local time on the 30th, a bus collided with a truck on the national highway of Moradabad-Agra in Uttar Pradesh, India, which has killed 10 people and injured at least 12.
It is reported that because the fog was full at that time and the visibility of the road was extremely low, it caused the tragedy.
The Uttar Pradesh government said it would compensate the families of each deceased with a pension of 200,000 rupees (about $2.8k) and each injured person of 50,000 rupees (about 690$).
At present, rescue operations are still in progress, and the injured have been taken to a nearby government hospital.
After winter, foggy weather often occurs in northern India, which increases the risk of travel.