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Seven pilgrims crushed to death in UP

Seven pilgrims crushed to death in UP

Bulandshahr, Oct 11 (UNI) Seven pilgrims, including three girls and four women were crushed to death by a bus in Narora area of the district here on late Thursday night.



Senior superintendent of police (SSP) Santosh Kumar has confirmed the death of seven people in the incident.



The pilgrims had returned from Vaishno Devi and were sleeping on the side of the road when another bus crushed them.



The deceased were identified as Phulmati (65), Mala Devi (32), her three year old daughter Kalpana , Savatri (35), her 5 year old daughter Yogita, Renu (22) and her four year old daughter Sanjana.



The deceased women were native of Hatras and Aligarh.

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