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1 dead, more than 20 injured in bus and truck collision in Moradabad

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1 dead, more than 20 injured in bus and truck collision in Moradabad

1 dead, more than 20 injured in bus and truck collision in Moradabad

One person died and more than 20 were injured after a truck collided with a private bus in Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad.

The incident took place at zero point on Lucknow-Delhi highway.

Injured have been shifted to the hospital for further treatment.

The bus was coming from Punjab and its destination point was Bihar.


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