Landslide in Himachal Pradesh; The bus carrying the passengers was in an accident.

Shimla: Heavy landslides hit Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh. The landslide occurred on the National Highway near Chaura in the Kinnaur district. Huge rocks were reported to be falling apart.

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It is reported that the bus was traveling on this road when it fell on top of it. It is reported that there were other vehicles along with the bus in the accident. The bus was traveling from Kinnaur to Haridwar when it hit the ground.

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According to national media reports, the bus was carrying more than 40 passengers. The landslide on National Highway 5 has completely blocked the highway. The rescue operation is progressing, authorities said.

Locals said they heard some people cry loudly from the car.

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The Kinnaur Deputy Commissioner said the Army, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and local rescue teams have been called in for rescue.

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I instructed the police and the local government to carry out rescue operations. The NDRF has also been warned. We were informed that a bus and a car may have collided. “We are waiting for the details,” said Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur.

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