Villagers were seen working in nearby fields as the car fell into a ditch around 4pm on Friday. At once everyone got there. The villagers rescued Kapil who was lost in the canal. There he began to search for others.
The car fell into a ditch
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According to Southern ADCP Rajesh Srivastava, Ganga Prasad Mishra of Kodwar Rajapur village in Sultanpur is working at retired IAS Vijay Shankar Pandey Farm House. Ganga’s daughter Sangeetha was married to Rampal, son of Ramaratan Mishra, a resident of Maini village in Wilsanda, Pilibhit. Sangeetha left Pilibhit on Friday morning to meet her father Ganga Prasad. She was accompanied by her mother-in-law Rupadevi, son Rudra, daughters Chahat and Ananya, nephew Rupesh, relatives Govardhan and Kapil and driver Kuldeep. The people who landed the car reached near Nagaram Bhaurakala village in about four hours. The car went over the canal track as the road was getting worse. Suddenly the car overturned and fell into a ditch. Drivers Kuldeep and Govardhan came out as the car fell into a ditch.
The villagers were run over when the car fell into a ditch
Villagers were seen working in adjacent fields as the car fell into a ditch around 4pm on Friday. At once everyone got there. The villagers rescued Kapil who was lost in the canal. There he began to search for others. Meanwhile, Kuldeep and Govardhan informed Gangaprasad and the police. After a while the police also reached there. Support activities were started there. The divers were immediately deported. At the same time provided information to superiors. Immediately after receiving the information, police teams from ACP Mohanlalganj Dilip Singh, ADCP South Rajesh Srivastava, Gosainganj and Mohanlalganj police stations also reached the spot. Support activities were initiated under the leadership of ADCP South. At around 6.20 pm, police pulled the car out of the ditch with the help of a crane. When the car was opened, the bodies of Rupadevi, Sangeetha, Rupesh and Chahat were lying in it. Everyone was found dead in the back seat of the car. Police immediately evacuated the body in an ambulance for postmortem.
The car was washed away two hundred meters away
According to the Southern ADCP, the flow in the canal is very fast. The car swerved towards Achlikheda, about two hundred meters away, after falling into a ditch. The search took two hours. Somehow the car pulled out. Police suspect that the doors were open as Kuldeep and Govardhan were leaving at the time of the sinking in the canal. With this Kapil came out. At the same time Ananya and Rudra came out and washed away. Police and ADRF divers are scouring for innocents. As darkness fell, relief efforts were halted for a while. Although the lighting was set up .. then the relief operations resumed.
An 18-member team of the SDRF convened
According to SDRF Commandant Dr Satish Kumar, an 18-member SDRF team led by Inspector Sushil Kumar was sent to the rescue. The team is engaged in the search for children with the latest equipment and boats. Both children will recover soon. Teams are engaged until nightfall.
The crane arrived three hours late, the commotion
The crane arrived about three hours later after police received information that they had been negligent. The villagers were outraged. The villagers blamed the police negligence. Police officers who noticed the escalation persuaded them to calm down. After that the rescue began.