4 of Mansa family among 5 killed as 2 cars crash in Sirsa

4 of Mansa family among 5 killed as 2 cars crash in Sirsa

Four members of the Mansa family were among the five people killed in a fatal road accident in Sirsa on Tuesday.

The tragedy occurred when two cars collided head-on near the village of Nadala. The collision was so strong that the cars were completely destroyed and the occupants of both cars were killed on the spot.

The deceased were identified as Joginder Singh (40), Gurpreet Kaur (35), their two kids, and Joginder Singh’s brother, Amandeep Singh (20), who were all from the Mansa family.

The driver of one of the cars, identified as Lakhwinder, was also killed in the crash. The other car was driven by Jitender, who suffered critical injuries and was rushed to a nearby hospital.

The accident has caused shock and sadness in the area. Residents of the village, as well as the neighbouring villages, gathered at the site of the accident in a show of solidarity.

The police were alerted about the crash and rushed to the scene. They examined the vehicles, and the bodies were sent for post-mortem examination.

The police have launched an investigation into the cause of the accident and are trying to ascertain how the two cars collided. Jitender, the surviving driver, is being questioned about the incident.

The deceased were buried in their village in the presence of family and friends. The local administration provided assistance to the family of the deceased. The government has also announced a compensation of Rs. 1 lakh to the family of each of the deceased.

The accident has left the village in shock and sorrow. People have been coming to the site of the accident to pay their respects to the deceased. The locals have urged the authorities to take steps to prevent such accidents in the future.

The incident has once again highlighted the need for improved road safety norms and better enforcement of traffic laws. It has also brought to light the lack of safety measures on roads and the need to create awareness among people about the dangers of reckless driving and over-speeding.