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Two killed in road accident in Noida

Press Trust of India  |  Greater Noida 

Two persons were killed and seven others injured when a matador fell in a ditch and turned turtle near Kishorepur village on Jewar Sikandrabad road, police said today.

The mishap happened at midnight yesterday when they were returning from a marriage function, they said.



The two deceased were identified as Vicky (27) and Kalu (18).

Seven others were also injured in the accident.

Jewar Police Station incharge Yadav said villagers including relatives of the deceased said they do not want to conduct post-mortem of the bodies and they do not want to lodge any complaint.

They took the bodies without post-mortem, he said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Two killed in road accident in Noida

Two persons were killed and seven others injured when a matador fell in a ditch and turned turtle near Kishorepur village on Jewar Sikandrabad road, police said today. The mishap happened at midnight yesterday when they were returning from a marriage function, they said. The two deceased were identified as Vicky (27) and Kalu (18). Seven others were also injured in the accident. Jewar Police Station incharge Dinesh Yadav said villagers including relatives of the deceased said they do not want to conduct post-mortem of the bodies and they do not want to lodge any complaint. They took the bodies without post-mortem, he said. Two persons were killed and seven others injured when a matador fell in a ditch and turned turtle near Kishorepur village on Jewar Sikandrabad road, police said today.

The mishap happened at midnight yesterday when they were returning from a marriage function, they said.

The two deceased were identified as Vicky (27) and Kalu (18).

Seven others were also injured in the accident.

Jewar Police Station incharge Yadav said villagers including relatives of the deceased said they do not want to conduct post-mortem of the bodies and they do not want to lodge any complaint.

They took the bodies without post-mortem, he said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Two killed in road accident in Noida

Two persons were killed and seven others injured when a matador fell in a ditch and turned turtle near Kishorepur village on Jewar Sikandrabad road, police said today.

The mishap happened at midnight yesterday when they were returning from a marriage function, they said.

The two deceased were identified as Vicky (27) and Kalu (18).

Seven others were also injured in the accident.

Jewar Police Station incharge Yadav said villagers including relatives of the deceased said they do not want to conduct post-mortem of the bodies and they do not want to lodge any complaint.

They took the bodies without post-mortem, he said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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