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8 killed,five injured as truck overturns in Bihar's Purnia

Patna/Purnia, 23 May(FMNews) - Atleast eight people were killed and  when a pipe-laden truck overturned on NH-57 in Jalalgarh police station area of Purnia district in Bihar on Monday morning.

Eight people were killed and five laborers were injured when a truck going from Agartala to Jammu and Kashmir overturned on National Highway No (NH)-57 under Jalalgarh police station area of ??Purnia district in Bihar on Monday morning. The condition of two of them is serious.

 

 

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