Four persons, including a woman, were killed and 11 others injured today in two separate road accidents in Rajasthan's Barmer and Hanumangarh districts. In the first incident, a private bus hit the rear of a truck in Dhorimanna area, killing Prakash Rawal (45) and Alka Ben (35), who were going on a vacation, with other passengers in the bus, to Jaisalmer, investigating officer Rupa Ram said. The bodies have been kept in a mortuary for post mortem. "A case has been lodged against the bus driver," Ram said. The other accident occurred in Goluwala police station area when a state transport bus collided head-on with a trailer, killing bus conductor Raj Kumar (28) and the trailer's cleaner Gulab Singh (35). Eight passengers in the bus were injured, police said. "Those injured are undergoing treatment at a government hospital in Sriganganagar and the bodies are at a mortuary of a local hospital," a police official said. No case has been registered yet, he said.
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