Maha minister injured in road accident, hospitalised
Maharashtra co-operation minister Harshwardhan Patil and three others, including his wife, were injured, after the vehicle they were travelling in, collided with another vehicle near Medhak village on Baramati-Morgaon road on Saturday night, police said.
According to Police, Patil, his wife Bhagyashri, PA Kishor Gavas and driver Shivaji Patil were injured after their vehicle collided with a tempo head-on in the midnight. The incident took place around 1am, they said.
The minister was admitted to the Ruby Hall Clinic in Pune on Sunday morning. The tempo driver was admitted in Kale Hospital here. Hospital authorities said that Patil is out of danger.
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