Husband and wife killed after car slips into ditch

The number of incidents that have been on the rise over the past several days has added to the woes of the people, not only has it become common for the general public to fear in the midst of these increasing cases, as well as the victims of these big incidents every day. That's why in today's time someone is shying away from going out of their homes. Today we have brought you a case that you will be surprised to hear.

A car fell into a deep gorge near Shala village of Bandhi under the Aut police station area in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. The husband and wife died in the accident while three people were seriously injured. The injured have been sent to the Civil Hospital Nagwain for treatment. Geeta Nand (32) son Gopal Shala resident and his wife Dimple Kumari (30) have been seriously injured.

Both of them were rushed to civil hospital for first aid where both have lost their lives. Geeta Nand's daughters Akshara, Diksha and son Bhubaneswar have been injured. The injured are being treated at a hospital. SHO out Lalit Mahanta confirmed the case. He said the bodies have been sent to Kullu Hospital for postmortem. The bodies will be handed over to the family members after postmortem.

Two persons were tragically killed when a car fell into a ditch at Dhelu on the Mandi-Pathankot route. Five people were on board the train, three people have been injured. DSP Lokendra Negi has also confirmed the incident.  All the car riders are said to be from the Lakhwan area of Badasani. Three occupants of the car have been identified as Munshi Ram, Gyan Chand, Bahadur Singh. Those injured in the accident have been admitted to Jogendranagar Civil Hospital.

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