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One killed, three injured as car rams into truck in Kota


Team Udayavani, Jul 28, 2018, 3:45 PM IST

Kota (Raj): A man was killed and three others, including two of his family members, suffered severe injuries after their car rammed into a truck from behind on NH-27 near Gadepan plant in Rajasthan’s Kota district, police said today.

The accident took place last night under Simliya police station limits when the three members of a family were on the way to their home in Deoli town of Tonk district, they said.

Paras Jain (45), a resident of Deoli in Tonk district died in the accident while two of his family members — Uttam Chand Jain and Chetan Jain — and the car driver Harlal Meena were injured, Simliya SHO Prahalad Singh said.

The injured are undergoing medical treatment at a hospital in Kota city while the body was handed over to the family members this afternoon after postmortem, he said.

The truck driver suddenly slowed down his vehicle but the car driver could not control the speed of his vehicle due to which it rammed into the truck, the SHO said. 

A case of negligent driving was registered against the truck driver who has been detained and his vehicle seized, Singh said.

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