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All the airbags of the car opened, but they also could not save their lives. The car was so badly damaged that it had to be cut out of the gas cutter and the carcasses pulled out.

Six friends died in a road accident in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. They were returning after partying. His car collided in a standing tanker from behind. The collision was so fast that the dumper’s stepney broke and the front of the car went from the back seat. The accident took place near Niranjanpur intersection around 1 pm on Monday night.

Two friends jumped from the seat and fell on the bonnet. Some of them had their hands severed from the head. They were coming from Dewas. However, it is not yet known where he went to party and under what circumstances the accident occurred.

All friends who lost their lives were 19 to 30 years old.  It is not known where he went to party.  The cause of the accident has not yet been known.

All friends who lost their lives were 19 to 30 years old. It is not known where he went to party. The cause of the accident has not yet been known.

4 died on the spot, 2 friends died in hospital
SI Narasimha Pal of Lasudia Police said that the car was badly damaged. It had to be cut with a gas cutter and the carcasses pulled out. There were only six people in it. Four died on the spot. Two friends were breathing, but they succumbed at MY Hospital.

All friends of life lost in Indore

  1. Rishi (19), 129 Bhagyashree Colony,
  2. Golu alias Suraj (25), Malviya Nagar
  3. Chhotu alias Chandrabhan Raghuvanshi (23), Malviya Nagar
  4. Sonu Jat (23), Adarsh ​​Meghdoot Nagar
  5. Sumit (30), Bhagyashree Colony
  6. Dev (28), 384/3 Malviya Nagar
The car entered the same tanker parked on the road.  This tanker is from Gwalior.

The car entered the same tanker parked on the road. This tanker is from Gwalior.



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Mohit Yadav

By Mohit Yadav

Mr. Mohit Yadav holds a degree of M.A. in Mass Communication with specialization in journalism. He has a work experience of 6 years and has worked overseas also. He is chief journalist and covers National news. You can contact him here Email:- mohit@latestindianewstoday.com