Mumbai: A horrific road accident took place in Chandrapur, Maharashtra, today i.e. on Friday. In fact, two trucks collided here on the Chandrapur-Mul road. This collision was so severe that both the trucks caught fire (Chandrapur Road Accident) and a total of 9 people including the driver and the laborers died in the accident (Trucks Collide in Chandrapur). It is being told that after this horrific accident, the road leading to Chandrapur city was blocked for several hours. At the same time, long queues of vehicles were seen on both sides of the highway. Under the information received in this case, Chandrapur Sub-Divisional Police Officer Sudhir Nandanwar said, “A tanker full of diesel collided with a truck carrying wooden logs near Ajaypur near Chandrapur city. A massive fire broke out there due to the accident, in which nine people died on the spot.
On the other hand, forest department sources say that about an hour after the accident, fire brigade personnel reached Ajaypur and after a few hours the fire was brought under control. Nandanvar said that the bodies of the victims were later taken to Chandrapur Hospital. Let us tell you that three days ago, the car of an NCP MLA collided with a bus on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway in Raigad district of Maharashtra. No one was injured in the accident that happened during that time. However, an official of Rasayani police station had said that, 'The accident happened near Bhatan tunnel, when both the vehicles were on their way from Pune to Mumbai'.
With this, he had told that, 'NCP MLA Sangram Jagtap (36) was traveling with a driver and two others, when the car rammed into the rear of the bus. The front part of the car was completely damaged, but no one was injured in the accident. The bus driver did not notice the ongoing work on the road and suddenly changed the lane, which hit the oncoming car. On the other hand, Superintendent of Police (Raigarh) Ashok Dudhe had told that, 'No FIR has been registered in this regard as no one has contacted the police.' People are getting alert due to frequent such cases coming to the fore, but still there is no reduction in accidents.