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Sikkim: Four People Killed As Car Falls Into River

The driver was alleged to have lost control of its car and it then fell into the river and the car was claimed to be of a private power utility named, Teesta Urja Pvt. Ltd.

Sikkim: Four People Killed As Car Falls Into River

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  4 Jun 2022 6:51 AM GMT

Gangtok: Four-person died after a car fell into the river in North Sikkim on Friday.

The accident occurred at Meyong Khola under the Mangan police station, stated an official.

The people have been identified as a 28 year old Ramesh Chandra Verma and Vandana (32), who belonged to Bihar and Sonam Lepcha and Lakpa Dorjee Lepcha aged 38 and 28 respectively were from Chungthang bazaar.

As per sources, the driver was alleged to have lost control of its car and it then fell into the river.

As per the official, the car was claimed to be of a private power utility named, Teesta Urja Pvt. Ltd.

More details awaited.

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