At least six persons were killed and more than 30 injured in three separate accidents in Jharkhand on Saturday, police said.
According to the police, three railway staff died when their car collided with a truck in the coal city of Dhanbad on Saturday. Fog is said to be the reason behind the accident.
In another incident, three passengers died and 26 injured when a bus veered off a road and turned turtle in Godda district.
The injured have been admitted to a local hospital. The driver lost control while trying to a motorcyclist, police said.
In the third incident, four persons were injured when two trucks collided in Dumka. The injured were the drivers and the assistants in the two vehicles.
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