BY | May 4, 2009

Nahan: As many as two persons were killed while 42 were injured in a road accident which occurred near Naienaetti village (Shargavan) in Rajgarh subdivision of the Sirmour district in Himachal.

 As per as the information a private bus HP-64-8097 coming to Solan from the Pulbhal in Shimla district rolled down into a deep gorge near Shargavan this evening. The deceased’s were identified as Neha (13 years) of Naienaetti and 50 years Kaushalya. Both were died on the way to Solan hospital. The cause of the accident was yet to be ascertained. According to further information 5-7 seriously injured were referred to IGMC Shimla, the injured were brought to district hospital Solan by the villagers. Rajgrah SDM Rajesh Mariya who immediately rushed to spot said that the cause was yet to be finding out. He said that medical aid was given to injured in Solan district after which seriously injured would be referred to IGMC Shimla. He added that list of injured were yet to be finalized.

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