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Himachal Pradesh: 5 students injured as school bus falls down gorge in Kullu

Updated on: 23 February,2024 04:12 PM IST  |  Shimla
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As man as five students were injured when their school bus fell down a gorge in the Banjar area of Himachal Pradesh's Kullu

Himachal Pradesh: 5 students injured as school bus falls down gorge in Kullu

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Five students were injured when their school bus fell down a gorge after hitting a parked car in the Banjar area of Himachal's Kullu district on Friday morning, officials said.


Two students, Diksha and Yuvall, were seriously injured and taken to a regional hospital in Kullu while the other three are under treatment at Banjar, they said.


The Minerva Public School bus was on its way from Ghiyagi to Banjar, the officials said.


In another incident, a biker died and another was injured when their vehicle collided with a truck parked on the roadside in Gwalthai, an industrial area adjacent to the Punjab border in Bilapsur district on Thursday morning, police said.

The deceased has been identified as Ramesh Kumar (55), a resident of Samtaihan village in Bilaspur. The injured is undergoing treatment at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGI), Chandigarh, officials said. 

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