In the Nashik area of Maharashtra, a bus accident results in a woman’s death and 23 injuries

An official said that a bus run by the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) crashed into a steep valley in the Nashik district on Wednesday morning, killing one passenger and injuring 23 others.

According to the official, the wounded have been taken urgently to a state-run hospital.

According to the official, the event happened at approximately 5:45 in the morning next to a Ganesh temple at Vani on the Saptashrungi Garh ghat portion in Kalwan taluka.

The MSRTC bus arrived in Saptashrungi Garh on Tuesday evening from Khamgaon in the Buldhana district. The bus was on its way back Wednesday morning when the driver lost control, sending it plunging 150 feet into a canyon, according to the official.

He said that after locals, law enforcement, and other organisations arrived to the scene, rescue and search activities were initiated.

According to him, the collision resulted in the death of a lady and the injury of 23 other people, including the bus driver and conductor.

According to sources, district guardian minister Dada Bhuse was his route to the scene of the collision.

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