The case took place in the early hrs on the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal expressway, concerning 2 km from Aasodha toll plaza.

Three migrant labourers sleeping by the roadside were killed and 11 others were injured after a truck lost control and ran them over in Haryana’s Jhajjar district today.

The event happened in the very early hrs on the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal expressway, concerning 2 kilometres from Aasodha toll plaza.

Horrifying visuals reveal the overturned vehicle and the bodies of the migrant labourers.

Regarding 18 labourers, that had been working with a construction project nearby, were resting alongside the expressway when the truck blew up as well as ran over them.

Elderly law enforcement officers Amit Yashwardhan stated 3 labourers passed away right away. “Twelve individuals have actually been hospitalised. 10 of them have actually been described PGIMS, Rohtak,” he stated.

Asked what the labourers had been working with, he claimed they were trapped for a bridge task.

” Their names have not been confirmed yet, yet we know that they were from two areas of Uttar Pradesh,” the law enforcement officer stated.

The vehicle motorist took off the place after the accident. The law enforcement agent said they located the proprietor utilizing the registration number. “The owner has informed that there were 2 drivers and also an assistant. We now recognize their names and efforts are on to detain them soon.”

Asked what could have caused the crash, the policeman stated it is not clear how the accident occurred. The labourers, he said, had installed barriers and also set up reflectors to alert any passing vehicle. “it is possible that the driver was intoxicated or sleepy as well as blew up of the lorry.”

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Last Updated: 19 May 2022