Car strikes trio, killing a baby and two women

After being struck by a vehicle, two ladies and a one-year-old kid perished in a traffic accident near Samrala’s Chehla overpass on Friday night. The cops took the driver of the car into custody.

The dead were named as Ludhiana residents Sona (55), her daughter-in-law Pooja (23), and their one-year-old son Janu.

According to reports, the three were riding a motorbike with their neighbor from Chandigarh to Ludhiana. The guy came to a halt on his motorbike at Chehla. He left them there and went to get a glass of water. A Honda automobile struck the two ladies and the infant as they were crossing the flyover. They were all slain when the car pulled them down the road. The suspect was the subject of a recorded case.

Man from Ludhiana dies as vehicle plunges into Sidhwan Canal

Doraha: This evening, a vehicle crashed into the Sidhwan Canal close to the nearby hamlet of Rampur. The driver was taken from the car by onlookers, who then carried him to the Civil Hospital in Samrala, where he was pronounced dead.

A commuter from Baini Sahib named Jagroop Singh informed this reporter that he stopped when he saw people gathering on the road and discovered that a guy was drowning in the canal. Singh was traveling from the canal route. He pulled over motorcyclists and urged them to assist the injured person. The guy was extracted from the car by them. After being carried to the Civil Hospital in Samrala, he was pronounced dead, he claimed.

Spectators said that the victim was driving in his automobile toward Rampur village when he turned into the small canalside path.

Rohit Sharma, the Doraha SHO, said that at this time he was unable to provide any details.

But according to Payal DSP Nikhil Garg, the corpse has been recognized. “Namit Sharma, a Model Town Extension resident in Ludhiana, has been identified as the dead. He was operating a Honda city vehicle. In this matter, proceedings are being started in accordance with Section 174 of the CrPC,” he said.

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