At least five people were killed, including four policemen on duty, after a truck ran over them in Bihar's Muzaffarpur in the wee hours of Monday. Five other cops were injured in the incident, reported ANI.
A large container truck arrived there at a high speed and hit the police vehicles. The incident that took place on the national highway 28 near Akuraha village in Panapur outpost area, 30 km west of Muzaffarpur and 81 km north of Patna.
The injured policemen included deputy superintendent of police (west) Krishna Murari Prasad and Panapur outpost officer in-charge DN Jha. They have been admitted to a private nursing home at Muzaffarpur.
All the victims were sent to SKMCH hopspital in Muzaffarpur, where the doctors declared five dead.
Senior officials have reached the hospital.