Four killed in two road mishaps in MP

A motorcycle was hit by a trawler truck killing two brothers in Jhabua district while two motorcycle riders were hit by a trawler last night in Singrauli district in another incident.

Published: 17th June 2017 02:53 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th June 2017 02:53 PM   |  A+A-

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Bhopal: Four persons were killed in two separate mishaps in Madhya Pradesh last night, a police official said today.

The first incident took place in Jhabua district where a motorcycle was hit by a trawler truck near Bhurighati village about seven km from the district headquarters, killing two brothers on the spot.

The deceased were identified as Mahesh (19) and Kamlesh (28).

Both of them were on their way to their village Dhekal when the mishap took place, Jhabua police station in- charge RC Bhaskare said.

A case was registered and further investigations are on, he said.

In another incident in Singrauli district in the state, two motorcycle riders dashed against a stationary trawler last night near village Kasar leaving them dead.

The deceased were identified as Ramradhe Vishwakarma (30) and Amar Prasad (30), a police official from Bargavan police station said.

While Ramradhe died on the spot, Amar Prasad succumbed to his injuries in the hospital, police said adding further probe is on.

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