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Eight killed in Dumka road accident

Eight killed in Dumka road accident

Dumka, Jan 21 (UNI) Eight people were killed as a vehicle in which they were travelling hit with a speeding truck on the Dumka-Deoghar main road under Taljhari Police Station area of this district on Sunday.
Police sources said that the occupants of the vehicle were going to appear in a competitive exam in Deoghar. There were a total of 9 occupants in the ‘Tata Sumo’ out of which seven were killed on the spot, while another one died in the Sadar Hospital.
Post the incident the truck driver managed to flee from the spot leaving the vehicle behind. Police suspected that due to dense fog early in the morning the drivers of both the vehicles could not spot each other and ended up colliding with each other.
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