Haryana: Man killed, mother injured in Fatehabad pileup

Published on Jun 27, 2022 05:35 AM IST
One person was killed and his mother got injured in an accident that led to a pileup in Fatehabad on Sunday, said police
One person was killed and his mother got injured in an accident that led to a pileup in Fatehabad on Sunday, said police. (Image for representational purpose)
One person was killed and his mother got injured in an accident that led to a pileup in Fatehabad on Sunday, said police. (Image for representational purpose)
By, Rohtak

One person was killed and his mother got injured in an accident that led to a pileup in Fatehabad on Sunday, said police.

The accident took place when Sandeep Kumar along with his mother Maya Devi was going to Fatehabad.

“When their tractor reached near Dariyapur village, it collided with a car. Then three cars tailing their vehicle also rammed into them, resulting in a pileup. Sandeep died during treatment at a hospital in Hisar’s Agroha and his mother was shifted to PGIMS, where she is undergoing treatment,” a spokesperson of Fatehabad police said.

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