Rajasthan: Army jawan killed, 4 others hurt in mishap | Jaipur News


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JAIPUR: One Army jawan was killed while four others seriously hurt at Sriganganagar‘s Raisingh Nagar police station area on Saturday when their car toppled. The driver had lost control over the motor vehicle.
The military jawan died on the place and of those four other people that were admitted into the hospital, 2 are crucial. The dead soldier was known as Kishan V who hailed from Andhra Pradesh.
“The Army automobile was traveling by the cantonment area in Lalgarh into Srivijaynagar as it moved a pothole because of that the driver lost control of the automobile and the truck toppled. The driver, sadly, died on the spot while others had been seriously injured,” said an official of Raisingh Nagar police station.
The incident occurred around 9am on Saturday near Bajuwala village and the natives were the first ones to get to the spot. They aided the jawans from their damaged car and confessed them into the Raisingh Nagar authorities hospital, even however after taking a look at the critical injuries of their Armymen, they had been known to Sriganganagar following being administered initial therapy. The officials didn’t find some other reason for the injury besides the sudden lack of control of the motor vehicle.
According to officers, among those jawans also lost a limb as a result of crash. “It seems if the vehicle overturned a jawan’s leg got trapped under it because of that it had been smashed,” an official said.
Police officers said that the Army officials were informed about the crash. The deceased soldier mortal remains will be transmitted to his native country following the formalities are finished.


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