Uttar Pradesh: An accident took place in a village of Ballia district in Uttar Pradesh early Saturday morning. Two people died after being hit by a broken electric high voltage wire in the village’s field. This incident is from Khanpur village of Sahatwar police station area. Additional Superintendent of Police Durga Prasad Tiwari said that Sandeep Tiwari was going towards the fields with his brother-in-law in the morning, when both of them came in the grip of the high tension wire that broke in the field, due to which they died.
The police officer said that both the persons died on the spot. According to the information, Ajay Pandey, a resident of Ghazipur district, had come to his in-laws’ Khanpur village to attend a family program. Police have taken both the bodies in their possession and sent them for post-mortem.
Two women died in Etah due to falling of high tension wire
Recently, two women working in the field were killed in a village in the Kotwali countryside area of Etah district in UP on Saturday afternoon when a high-tension wire broke and fell. According to Inspector Jagdish Chandra, in-charge of Kotwali countryside, Chandravati (55) and another woman Usha Devi (60) were cutting grass for cattle in the field in Chitauni village in the afternoon. Then suddenly a wire of 11 thousand volt high tension line passing from above broke and fell on him. Due to which both of them died on the spot due to severe burns.
Tractor-trolley collided with high tension wire in Bareilly
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