Bus crashes into police jeep; 1 cop dead, 6 hurt
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One policeman was killed and six injured after a private bus crashed into a police jeep. The injured include the drive of the bus. The accident occurred at about 9.30 am on Friday a km and a half away from Nanaksar Kaleran on the Ludhiana-Moga highway. The deceased policeman has been identified as Havldar Gurmeet Singh while the injured include Station House Officer (SHO) Gurcharan Singh, havaldar Jasbir Singh, Sipahi Sukhinder Singh, ASI Kuldeep Singh and Sipahi Gurparshad.
The driver of the bus has been identified as Jagsir Singh and he has been booked by the police for causing this accident. Sub-Inspector Hari Mitter informed, "The police jeep was coming from Moga and was headed to Chandigarh for some official work. This bus was coming from Ludhiana and was going towards Moga."
"The bus rammed into the jeep, after which it tore through the trees lining the road and got stuck in the fields. The driver of the bus received injuries. However those traveling in the bus just received minor injuries and were sent back home after first aide," added Mitter.
Gurcharan Singh, Jasbir Singh and Sukhinder Singh are undergoing medical treatment at Dayanand Medical College and Hospital while Kuldeep Singh and Gurparshad were sent to Moga for medical treatment. Gurparshad was shifted to DMCH in the evening after his condition began to deteriorate.
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