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Dhar: Three vehicles caught fire after collision at Ganpati Ghat, two people burnt alive

Dhar, Mar 11, (Fast Mail News):-- A horrific accident took place on Saturday morning at Ganpati Ghat located on Rau-Khalghat forelane in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. Here, due to brake failure of a trolley descending the ghat, it went uncontrolled and hit the two vehicles moving ahead and reached the ghat climbing lane ahead of the divider. After this, the ghat collided with two vehicles. All the three vehicles caught fire after the collision. The fire took a gigantic form. Two people were burnt alive in this accident. Those who jumped out of the vehicles survived but were seriously injured.


It is a matter of pride that the bus of Gaur Travels going from Khargone to Indore, passing by, narrowly escaped the accident. At the time of the accident, the bus stopped at the spot for some reason. The villagers immediately alighted the passengers in the bus and away from the fire. After this the bus was taken forward. All the passengers and the bus were safely evacuated and sent to Indore. After the accident, there was a long queue of vehicles at the ghat. The administration reached and brought the fire under control after about three hours with the help of five fire brigades. Three injured were sent to Dhamnod hospital for treatment with the help of toll ambulance. At the same time, both the bodies which were burnt to skeleton in the brake spill trolley were sent to Dhamnod Hospital.



After the accident, a long queue of vehicles started at Ganpati Ghat. The vehicles were taken out from Manpur itself towards Dhar via Sagdi Bagdi. From Gujri village via Maheshwar, they were taken out from Jamgate towards Indore. The police administration was seen handling the traffic system from all sides. The people stuck in the jam were also getting worried, the work of removing the vehicles with the help of crane is going on.
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