Assam: One Army jawan killed, 4 injured in road accident

New Delhi:

An Army jawan was killed and 4 others were injured in a road accident in Assam’s Tamulpur. Today at around 09:40 am, an Army vehicle, for training activities at Daranga Field Firing Range (DFFR) It crashed 10 km ahead of Tamulpur after colliding with an ambulance going from It has been told from the army that in this incident one army jawan lost his life as well as four others were injured.

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The injured were airlifted to the Base Hospital Guwahati for treatment where the condition of all the injured is said to be stable and out of danger. Lance Naik Prabin Tamang, who was killed in the incident, was a resident of Darjeeling in West Bengal. Here, four youths were killed while one was seriously injured in a road accident near Anupgarh town of Rajasthan late on Sunday night. According to the police, two brothers are among the dead.

Deputy Superintendent of Police Jaydev Siyag said on Monday that the accident happened late Sunday night near Anupgarh (Ganganagar) town. Five youths of the town were returning after celebrating a birthday party when their car collided with the divider. The accident was so terrible that four youths died while one was seriously injured.

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