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Major accident due to fog in Hisar, Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala narrowly escaped

Dushyant Chautala was going from Hisar to Sirsa when a police vehicle in his convoy suddenly applied brakes. After which other vehicles running behind that vehicle in the convoy collided with each other.

New Delhi: A major accident has taken place in Hisar, Haryana. Here the convoy of Deputy Chief Minister of the state Dushyant Chautala became a victim of the accident. In this accident, one of the commandos engaged in his security was injured. At present, Deputy CM Chautala is said to be safe. They were going from Hisar to Sirsa when the police car escorting them in convoy suddenly applied brakes. Due to this other vehicles running behind him collided with each other after which this accident happened.

1 killed in an accident due to fog in Noida

On the other hand, 10-15 people were injured in a road accident between a bus and a container on the way from Agra to Noida between Peripheral and Galgotia under the Dankaur police station area of Noida. All the injured are being taken to the hospital by the police. At the same time, one person died in this accident.

There were deaths on Monday as well

On the other hand, three people were killed and eight others were injured in a road accident on Agra-Lucknow Expressway in Auraiya district on Monday morning due to dense fog. Police Officer (CO) Bharat said that as soon as the incident was reported, the police reached the spot and the injured were admitted to Saifai Medical College for treatment.

Fog will remain in North India for the next few days

The Meteorological Department on Monday predicted that "dense to very dense fog" may prevail over the Indo-Gangetic plains i.e. the plains of northern India for the next five days, leading to the cancellation or cancellation of trains and flights. The route can be changed. Satellite images showed a thick layer of fog over Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, North Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Visibility dropped to 25 meters at Palam airport and 50 meters at Safdarjung airport, an IMD official said.

The Meteorological Department said in a Monday statement, "Due to low tropospheric level moisture and light wind over the Indo-Gangetic plains, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh for the next three days / nights." Dense to very dense fog is likely in the morning. Issuing an advisory, the IMD said there is a possibility of collision between vehicles due to difficulties in driving on highways.


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