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Road rage leads to 4 critically injured at Bishalgarh*


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 1st March 2024:   In a harrowing incident today, a collision between a tripper and a passenger auto in Dhakarbari, located under the jurisdiction of Bishalgarh police station, has left four individuals seriously injured. The incident occurred at approximately ten o’clock this morning, sending shockwaves through the local community.

Eyewitnesses in the Dhakarbari area reported a loud noise, prompting residents to rush to the scene. Upon arrival, they discovered the aftermath of a collision between a tripper and a passenger auto. Quick-thinking locals immediately contacted the Bishalgarh fire brigade, seeking urgent assistance.

The Bishalgarh fire brigade swiftly responded to the distress call, deploying teams to the accident site. Firefighters worked diligently to rescue the injured victims from the wreckage. The four seriously injured individuals were identified as Malin Dev, Subhendu Dev, Swapan Acharya, and Rajkumar Debnath.

Following the rescue operation, the fire brigade transported the injured victims to Bishalgarh hospital for immediate medical attention. The severity of their injuries remains a cause for concern, and medical professionals are currently providing necessary care to stabilize their conditions.

Authorities from Bishalgarh police station are conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the collision. Preliminary reports suggest that the collision occurred due to factors yet to be determined.

The local community is deeply shaken by the incident, and thoughts and prayers are pouring in for the swift recovery of the injured individuals. Residents are also urging authorities to enhance road safety measures in the Dhakarbari area to prevent such accidents in the future. The Bishalgarh police station has assured a thorough investigation into the incident to determine accountability.

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