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10 persons injured in three separate mishaps at Telco Sakchi and Dimna

Jamshedpur: Ten persons were injured, including women in three separate mishaps that tookplace at Telco, Sakchi and Dimna localitiesof the city this morning.

At Telco, a mini-bus overturned while negotiating a road close to the’Tar CompanyTalab’ close to a Gurdwara under Telco police station area at about10.30 am.

In another incident an auto-rickshaw was overturned near Hati-Ghora Temple on Subernarekha Link Road in Sakchi . The mishap at Dimna took place at11.30 am.

There were in all nine passengers, including the driver and cleaner of both the vehicles were injured. Fortunately, none of the passengers sustained serious injuries, but they all have been rushed to MGM Medical College and Hospital. But a youth whose bike was hit by a car at Dimna is seriously injured.

Those injured include drivers of both mini-bus as well as auto-rickshaw. They were rushed to medical college and hospital where the victims except the driver of the mini-bus, Raghu Yadav (45), were released after first-aid.
According to police, the mini-bus that overturned at Tar Company lake had carried passengers near a Tar Company Gurdwara.

Mohammed Amis, officer-in-charge of Telco police stationsaid that there were in all four persons, including driver and cleaner who were injured.

One of the eyewitness, said that the driver of the mini-bus was driving very speed.

In another mishap, five auto-rickshaw passengers were injured as the vehicle they were riding from Mango overturned near Hathi-Ghora temple on Subernarekha Link Road. The mishap took place as the vehicle driver lost balance while overtaking a turn on the Subernarekha Link Road.

As the auto-rickshaw overturned, three women who were seated in the middle seat of the vehicles were injured. The driver and another passenger who had sat along the driver were injured, but all these persons except the driver, escaped with minor injuries.

Officer-in-charge, Sakchi police station, Anjani Kumar Tripathy said that the injured were rescued by the passers-by and rushed them to the medical college hospital from where they were released after first-aid.

In yet another mishap, a 25-year-old youth, Sukra Hembram, was seriously injured as the bike he was riding was hit by a speeding car at Dimna on Tata-Patamda Road under MGM police station area at about11.30 am. A resident of Turiabera, Hembram was still lying unconscious at the medical college hospital where the police brought him from the scene of mishap.

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