He ran like a dumper on the Kanpur-Lucknow highway. At the Azad Marg intersection in Achalganj area, trampling three including mother and daughter, dragged the car parked on the side and overturned on it. 6 people died tragically in the accident. In this, the father-son and son-in-law, who were buried in the car for about one and a half hours, also died. Due to non-availability of crane and ambulance, the angry people created ruckus, then the police lathi-charged on the road. On this people pelted stones at the police.
During this, there was a jam on the highway and Achalganj to Badarka road. The situation of the jam could become normal at around 8.15 am. DM, SP and other officers reached the spot. The Chief Minister has expressed grief over the accident.
The accident happened around seven o’clock. The dumper coming towards Lucknow had just reached the Azad Marg intersection when suddenly the driver turned the steering at speed. 32-year-old Chhote Lal, a resident of Supasi village of Achalganj area, and 45-year-old Shakuntala, a resident of Jalimkheda village of the same area, who was going to farm, while parking the bike at the turn, trampled his 15-year-old daughter Shivani and dragged the car parked at the dumper turn and Went to Khanti and turned on it.
60-year-old Vimlesh, a resident of Jhauha village, his son 30-year-old son Shivang alias Vicky and son-in-law Puran Dixit, a resident of Nawabganj town of Ajgain, died due to being buried in the car. After the accident, people started trying to remove the car buried under the dumper amid screams. Four police stations force reached the spot. It took a long time for the crane to arrive.
After about an hour and a half, the people trapped in the car were taken out and taken to the district hospital by straightening the dumper. Where all were declared dead. DM Apoorva Dubey District Hospital and SP Siddharth Shankar Meena reached the spot. On the other hand, after the accident, the police lathi-charged when the angry people created a ruckus. The angry crowd started pelting stones. It has come to light that a policeman was injured. During this, there was a jam on the highway and the road leading to Badarka. After much effort, the police opened the jam around 8.15 am and brought the situation under control.