A bus full of passengers coming towards Shimla via Jhadsali. On Monday morning, the driver had to stop the bus full of passengers midway due to a large amount of debris on the road near Bholad drain. But as soon as the bus stopped, due to the morning humidity, a big sharp stone from the hill cut the glass of the bus full of passengers and fell on the bodies of three passengers sitting in the bus.
This incident took place on Monday morning in a Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) bus going from Rohru in the capital Shimla to Jhalasari. Three passengers were seriously injured due to a sharp stone falling on them from the hill due to debris on the hill track. Due to injury, he was immediately referred to the nearest district hospital.
Since there was no major accident, Shimla Police immediately shifted all the other injured passengers to the hospital.
According to the information received from Shimla Police, after the Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) train going from Jhadsali towards Shimla left on Monday morning, due to huge amount of debris, the driver stopped HRTC near Bholad drain in view of the safety of the passengers. The bus was stopped for only two minutes, due to the large number of passengers inside the bus as it was early in the morning, during this time a sharp heavy stone cut the glass of the bus full of passengers and fell on three passengers. Was.
As soon as the information was received, three passengers were rushed to the hospital due to continuous bleeding due to being hit by sharp stones.
As soon as the information was received, the Shimla Police team reached the spot and immediately investigated the entire cause of the accident in Bholad drain and helped in taking the injured passengers to the hospital.
Passengers of the bus said that if this stone had fallen in the moving HRTC bus, a major accident could have occurred due to the driver losing control.
Among the injured passengers in HRTC bus, Rameshwari wife Gyan Singh resident of village Bholad, Kamal son Lal Bahadur and Bhim son Neeldhar have been admitted.
DSP Rohru Ravindra Negi told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that at present the condition of all the injured passengers is normal and all the injured passengers have been admitted to the special ward of Rohru District Hospital under the supervision of special doctors. Ravindra Negi said that the police has registered the cause of the case and started further action.
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