A minor died and two were injured in a traffic accident

A minor died and two were injured in a traffic accident

INDORE: A three-year-old boy was killed and two women injured after a man who had bought an e-rickshaw and was taking his family to the Bijasan temple in the new vehicle met with an accident in Petma on Saturday evening. Mathura Prasad, a resident of TDS Colony in Bitma, recently bought a new e-rickshaw and went to the Bijasan temple to perform puja with his wife, relative and three-year-old son Bhavesh alias Damru. On their way to the temple when they reached a bridge on Dhar Road, Prasad suddenly lost control of the car and it fell off the bridge. All the family members were seriously injured and were rushed to the hospital by locals where Bhavesh was declared brought dead. Doctors said Bhavesh lost a lot of blood in the accident and could not be saved. Rural DSP Umakant Chaudhary said the death was registered and the body was handed over to the family members after post-mortem. tnn
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