December 16th, according to India’s Asia News Agency (ANI), on the 16th local time, a bus and tanker collision occurred in Sambar, Uttar Pradesh, India, killing at least 7 people and injuring 25 others. .
According to reports, the accident occurred in the Danali district of Zanbar and the location of the incident was near a bus station.
Zambal District Police Chief Chabresh Mishra said that the accident occurred on the morning of the 16th local time and had caused at least seven deaths. So far, 25 people have been injured in the accident and they have all been taken to nearby hospitals for treatment.
Mishra said that the foggy weather may be the cause of the accident. “Some people are still trapped at the scene. Rescue operations are ongoing.”
The Office of the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh also issued a statement stating, “The Chief Minister Yogi Adityanat expresses his deep condolences to the victims of this accident and condolences to their relatives.
The Chief Minister has instructed the district administrative officials for the accident.
Provide appropriate treatment for the injured