4 dead in a collision between a car and a bicycle on the Meerut-Baghpat road

The car collided with the bicycle near the village of Kurali on the Meerut-Baghpat road on Sunday morning. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed his condolences and ordered officials to provide adequate treatment to the injured

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed his condolences and ordered officials to provide adequate treatment to the injured

Four people, including three women, died while two people were injured in a collision between a car and a bicycle near the village of Kurali on the Meerut-Baghpat road on Sunday morning, police said.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed his condolences and ordered officials to provide adequate treatment to the injured.

Police said Bhushan, a resident of Aminagar Sarai of Baghpat, was driving a car with his wife Bala Devi, family members Magan Devi and Aadi. They were returning from their relatives’ house after attending a family reception.

Their car collided with a motorbike near Kurali village and overturned. Bhushan, Bala Devi, Megan Devi and Aadi got injured. Anuj and his mother Saroj, who were traveling on a motorbike, were also injured.

Villagers and Baghpat police sent all the injured to hospital where doctors pronounced Anuj, Saroj, Bala Devi and Magan Devi dead. Their bodies were then sent for post mortem.

Police said Bhushan and Aadi were seriously injured and treated at a hospital in Meerut.

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