Nadiad, February 24: Two people died and several others were injured after a cement tanker hit a bus on the Ahmedabad-Vadodara Expressway in Nadiad in the late hours on Friday.

According to the police, bus broke the roadside railing and fell 25 feet down on the roadside.

Rajesh Gadhiya, Superintendent of Police, said, "The bus was going from Ahmedabad to Pune in which there were about 23 passengers. The driver of a cement tanker suddenly turned left and hit the bus. Two people have died and several people have been injured. Their treatment is underway. A case will be filed against the tanker driver and further legal action will be taken." Car Accident Caught on Camera in Nagaur: Uncontrolled SUV Ploughs Into Religious Procession in Rajasthan, Several People Injured; Disturbing Video Surfaces.

Earlier on Wednesday, a fire broke out after a tanker overturned on the Ahmedabad-Mumbai National Highway. Accident Caught on Camera in Delhi: Speeding Car Knocks Down Pedestrians Walking on Footpath in Patel Nagar, One Dead; Video Surfaces.

The incident occurred near Vaghaldhara village in Gujarat's Valsad district.

Dungri police along with several fire tenders reached the spot immediately after receiving a word about the fire incident. (ANI)

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