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Guj: 3 labourers killed after concrete water tank falls


Team Udayavani, Dec 16, 2018, 4:03 PM IST

Bharuch (Guj): Three persons Sunday died after concrete blocks of a water tank fell on them at a colony for factory workers near Jhagadia in Gujarat’s Bharuch district, police said.

The incident happened in Dadhera village when the three men, who work as contract labourers in a factory at GIDC nearby, were drawing water, Jhagadia police inspector S G Vasava said.

The official identified the victims as Dharamvir Paswan (33), Jaipal Yadav (50) and Haridhan Sekheshwar (38) 

He said two of the victims hailed from Bihar while one was from West Bengal.

Vasava said an accidental death case was registered and further probe was underway.

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