Tractor-trolley collided with the bike of Kanwari in Bijnor: Three injured, one hand fell, the condition was going to Haridwar to take critical, referred, water

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Tractor-trolley collided with the bike of Kanwari in Bijnor: Three injured, one hand fell, the condition was going to Haridwar to take critical, referred, water
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In the Mandawar police station area of ​​Bijnor, the bike of Kanwari was hit by a tractor-trolley. Three kanwadis were injured in the accident. All were rushed to the hospital with the help of passers -by. While seeing the condition of one, he was referred to the Higher Center, it took place late at 10 pm near Hajipura on Haridwar Road in Hadsa police station area. Here Gaurav, Raghu, Abhishek, who hail from Meerut, were going to get water from Haridwar by bike. A tractor-trolley hit the bike on Haridwar Road. All three kanwadis fell and were injured. When the passers-by saw the information to the police. The police rushed from the spot to escaped from the spot and took the three to the district hospital by ambulance. Seeing Gaurav's condition critical, the doctors referred him to the Higher Center. It was told that one hand of Gaurav has also been cut. After the accident, the driver escaped from the spot with a tractor-trolley. It is being said that the condition of the injured Gaurav is serious, a hand of Gaurav was also cut. Station head Sanjay Kumar said that three bike riders have been hit by a tractor-trolley. All three have been admitted to the hospital. Tractor-trolley is being searched. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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