4 killed after tractor-trolley overturns in UP


Team Udayavani, Feb 4, 2018, 4:30 PM IST

Badaun: Four people were killed and two seriously injured when their tractor-trolley turned turtle and fell into a gorge, police said today.

According to Superintendent of Police (Rural) Surendra Pratap Singh, the incident took place late last night at Usmanpur when the tractor carrying hay overturned. The injured were referred to Aligarh Medical College.

“The deceased were identified as Adnan (19), Azeem (24), Hasibul (35) and Maajid (58). Tafseer and Maahir sustained serious injuries and were referred to Aligarh for further treatment,” he said. The bodies were sent for post-mortem examination, police said.

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