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Six killed in 2 road mishaps in UP

Six killed in 2 road mishaps in UP

Lucknow, Oct 15(UNI) At least 6 people were killed in two separate road accidents in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday.

In the first accident in Shamli district, three youths including two brothers were crushed to death when they were running on the side of the road under Babri police station on Shamli- Muzaffarnagar highway at around 0500 hrs.

Police said four youths were running on the side of the road when some unidentified vehicle crushed them. While three died on the spot, one was critically injured and was admitted to the hospital.
The deceased were identified as Subham( 13) his brother Sanjeev ( 26) and Pravesh( 16 ) while Sumeet was injured.
Meanwhile, in another road accident, 3 people were killed when a car overturned after hitting the road divider under Etmadpur police station in Agra on the Yamuna expressway and Lucknow-Agra expressway intersection on Thursday early morning.
Police said in the accident, the driver of the car along with 2 women succumbed to their injuries.
The deceased were identified as Nitesh Khare(driver), Vijeta Srivastava and Shastri Tiwari.

Two other people were injured in the accident too, who were admitted to the hospital in Agra.
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