Know how Yamuna expressway turning into a deadly highway

08 Jul 2019 10:39 PM

Know how Yamuna expressway turning into a deadly highway

Updated 08 Jul 2019 10:39 PM

"We were all in deep sleep when the bus toppled twice before falling in the nallah (drain). Screams were heard for about a minute after which there was silence. Some passengers climbed on top of bodies to make their way out of the bus," said Rishi Yadav, a survivor of the bus accident on the Expressway in which 30 people were reported killed on Monday morning.

Yadav, a resident of Barabanki, is currently undergoing treatment at Agra's Sri Krishna Hospital.

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