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Assam : Two Youths Die On Spot After Their Bike Falls In A Stream

The incident took place in Assam's Sonitpur district, after their bike fell down in a stream, approximately 100 ft below

Assam : Two Youths Die On Spot After Their Bike Falls In A Stream

Sentinel Digital Desk

GUWAHATI : A tragic episode took place in Assam's Sonitpur district leading to death of two youths on Friday night. The incident occurred as their bike fell into a stream approximately 100 feet below.

The deceased has been identified as Jwangsar Swargiary and Fardang Bari. The cause of accident came out as due to loss of control of the speeding bike by the youths.

As per the reports, the deceased were returning from the Bhalukpung side. Unfortunately, the duo died on the spot. A team of police rushed to the area and recovered the bodies immediately.

Too many road accidents are reported in the state from various regions, in the month of December alone. Moreover, most of the incidents occurred as a result of loss in control of the vehicle.

A week prior to this particular incident, an accident took place in Assam's Dhubri district where a truck driver died on spot and several other were injured. The episode occurred in National Highway 17 in Bilasipara area, after three trucks collided with each other.

The cause is suspected to be due to extreme fog. However, the injured people were admitted to a nearby hospital by the local people immediately. In the month of November, a similar incident took place after a truck collided with a car in Assam's Kaliabor town.

Five people lost their lives in the unfortunate occurrence. The five youths were reportedly coming back from their friend's wedding, when their car hit a truck, with registration number UP 3 AT 2766. The victims were identified by the police as Sandeep Pal, Samir Pal, Vivek Das, Sanjay Das and Bikash Sharma.

As per the sources, all the deceased were residents of Golaghat district.

The Kamrup (metro) district Road Safety committee organised a meeting on 24th of December, in relation with the CM's appeal to make the New Year and 31st December, an accident free year. Goutam Das, the Assistant Transport Commissioner, requested the concerned departments regarding road safety, to upgrade and expand their responsibilities towards the same.

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