Car found 12 hours later, two youths still missing, rescue team mobilized in rescue.
Mandla / A major accident took place in the Babeha drain of Bargi Dam in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh. In fact, due to the darkness late Saturday night, a car fell uncontrolled from the bridge under construction and plunged into a 40 feet deep drain. It is being told that 2 people including the driver were riding in the car. The car search operation had been going on since the incident and after 12 hours of effort, the divers were searched, after which the car was pulled out of the drain with the help of JCB after nearly an hour and a half of administration effort. . Currently, the car ridership continues.
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The search for car riders continues
According to the rescue team, the car was stuck in mud at a depth of about 30 feet in the drain, but one of its doors was open. Investigators speculate that the two riders may have exited the car, but the big question is, if they leave, why have they not come forward yet. Currently, the rescue team is looking for both of them within the drain, keeping this estimate aside.
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Rescue continues in hard effort
In the rescue expedition which started at 11 o’clock at night, the divers found that at about 11 o’clock in the morning, the car got stuck in mud about 30 feet down. After this, the car was ejected after a hard effort of one and a half hours. During this time no rider was present in the car. After the information of the incident, the family reached Padmi village of Narayanganj in Mandla around 1 pm. He informed that another young man Adarsh Mandve was riding in the car (MP 20 CJ 4999) along with vehicle owner Vishnu Pardhan (Varkade). After this, the search of the duo once again started by the rescue team. Police, rescue teams and a large number of villagers are present at the scene, including District Panchayat Vice President Shailesh Mishra. According to the villagers, the construction of Mandla-Jabalpur highway has been going on for the last 6 years and during this period there are frequent accidents.
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