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Five people injured after truck overturns on Mumbai-Bengaluru highway

Updated on: 30 November,2022 09:26 AM IST  |  Pune
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The accident took place at around 5 am near Bhumkar Chowk close to Navale bridge

Five people injured after truck overturns on Mumbai-Bengaluru highway

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At least five people were injured when a truck in which they were travelling overturned near a bridge on Mumbai-Bengaluru highway in Maharashtra's Pune district on Wednesday morning, police said.


The accident took place at around 5 am near Bhumkar Chowk close to Navale bridge, they said.



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"The truck was coming from Satara side when it overturned. As per primary information, four to five people were injured and they have been shifted to a hospital," inspector Jayant Rajurkar from Sinhgad Road police station said.

On November 20, at least 24 vehicles were damaged after a truck lost control on the downward slope of the Navale bridge and caused a pile-up. More than 20 people were injured in that accident, police earlier said. 

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