Kanpur Accident News: While overtaking on Sachendi Highway in Kanpur district, a speeding tanker hit an auto full of passengers. Three passengers died in this accident.
Kanpur Accident News: The painful accident took place on Sachendi Highway in Kanpur district of Uttar Pradesh. While overtaking here, a speeding tanker hit an auto full of passengers. As soon as the collision took place, the auto parts flew away. At the same time, three passengers died in this accident. Whereas, two youths were seriously injured. The police, who reached the information of the accident, have admitted both the seriously injured youths to the hospital for treatment.
At the same time, after taking possession of all the three bodies, they were sent for postmortem. After the accident, the tanker driver tried to escape, but was caught by passers-by. Passengers caught the tanker driver and handed him over to the police. Let me tell you, this accident happened on Sachendi Highway in Kanpur district. According to media reports, 26-year-old Amit, a resident of Khinni Chauraha Rajajipuram, Lucknow, along with his companion Mohammad Irfan, 25, were going towards Kanpur Dehat by auto in this accident.
He had just reached near Bhaunti Food Plaza when a speeding tanker coming from behind hit the auto while overtaking. As soon as the collision took place, the auto parts flew away. In the incident, the auto driver including Virender and Irfan died on the spot, while two other passengers were injured. Police reached the spot and admitted the injured to LLR Hospital for treatment. At the same time, the information about this accident has been given to the relatives of the dec
After the accident, the tanker driver tried to flee from the spot. However, passers-by caught the tanker driver and handed him over to the police. Sachendi police station in-charge Shailendra Singh said that the accused tanker driver has been taken into custody. Information is being collected regarding the deceased auto driver and the injured in the incident. Further action will be taken on receipt of Tahrir.