Live VIDEO of ambulance came as death: 2 students went out on morning walk; dragged up to 40 feet, one died

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Speeding vehicles are running like death on the roads. Accidents are happening continuously in Rajasthan due to such vehicles and people are losing their lives. The new case is from Bharatpur district. Here a speeding ambulance hit two people, in which one died. A day before this, a farmer was killed in Pali after being hit by a speeding SUV.

In fact, in the Nadbai area of ​​Bharatpur on Tuesday morning, a driver driving an ambulance under the influence of alcohol hit a class 12 student and another person. In these, the seriously injured student died during treatment.

The incident is of Nadbai-Halena road in Nadbai town. A CCTV video of this incident has also surfaced. After hitting the student, this ambulance further collided with the culvert. The ambulance driver has been taken into custody by the police.

Police said that in this accident, Lalit Kumar (26), a resident of Kumher police station area village Nagla Santa, went out for a morning walk, when a speeding ambulance going from Nadbai to Jaipur hit him. After this, the ambulance driver also hit two friends running ahead, Rameshwar Singh (17) and Vishal (17), resident of Raunija, in which Rameshwar dragged along with the ambulance for about 40 feet.

He died during treatment. After this, the Maruti van ambulance became unbalanced and overturned after hitting the Khangri culvert. The injured were admitted to Nadbai CHC for treatment. From where he was referred to Bharatpur, Rameshwar died here. At the same time, the injured Lalit Kumar has been sent to Jaipur for treatment.

drunk driver
People present at the time of the accident told that the driver was driving under the influence of alcohol. Police seized the ambulance and took the driver Rajesh Meena, a resident of Nadauti (Karauli), into custody. Meena was leaving Nadbai to return the patient brought from Jaipur.

Rameshwar’s father is in ITBP
Rameshwar’s father Mahendra Singh Jat is a Havildar in ITBP. He told that Rameshwar had gone to Halaina Road for morning walk with his friend, when this accident happened. Rameshwar had recently passed the 12th examination. He also has two sisters. Rameshwar was the youngest in the house.

Video and Content: Abhay Sharma, Nadbai

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