3 AIIMS specialists slaughtered, 4 harmed in mischance on Yamuna Expressway close Mathura
Three specialists from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, were killed in a mishap today morning on the Yamuna Expressway close Mathura, Uttar Pradesh.
In Mathura’s Surir Kotwali police headquarters territory, the specialists’ speeding Innova crashed into a compartment close to the point of reference 88 slaughtering three specialists right away.
Four different specialists were basically harmed in the mischance and were sent to AIIMS, New Delhi, for treatment. They are, notwithstanding, out of peril now.
Dr Hembala, Dr Yashpreet and Dr Harshad lost their lives in the mishap. Their expired bodies have been sent for posthumous.
The specialists who worked in AIIMS were setting out from Delhi to Agra on the occassion of Dr Harshad’s birthday when their Innova slammed with a compartment on the Yamuna Expressway at 2.30 am.
Police is currently exploring the mischance on the Yamuna Expressway that slaughtered the three specialists from AIIMS.
Yamuna Expressway is infamous for mishaps. A RTI question from 2017 uncovered that in past the five years, 626 individuals have passed on in 4505 mischances on the Yamuna Expressway.
2016 saw the most extreme passings with 128 lives lost in 1193 mishaps.
In 2015, 142 individuals kicked the bucket in mischances on the Yamuna Expressway.
The 206-km-long turnpike has been named the most risky in the nation. In the initial a half year of 2017 alone, 80 individuals kicked the bucket in street mischances on the Yamuna Expressway between January 1 to June 30 2017.
(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)