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Saturday, 14 November 2020

Minister stops convoy to help accident victims in Ambala

Tribune News Service

Ambala, November 13

Showing gesture of a good samaritan, former Indian Hockey Captain and Minister of State for Sports and Youth Affairs Sandeep Singh helped the accident victims injured in a road mishap that occurred here on Friday morning.

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Sandeep Singh, Sports minister

Appeal to people

I was on my way towards Delhi when I saw the accident. Luckily, all victims were safe and no life was lost. I appeal to the people to come forward and help accident victims. When you help a person, it gives you personal satisfaction.

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The incident took place when the car they were travelling in overturned after colliding with an auto-rickshaw loaded with vegetables near Shastri colony, Ambala Cantonment, on the national highway here.

Around 7 am, Sandeep Singh, who was travelling from Chandigarh towards Delhi to attend a meeting, stopped his convoy to check on the accident victims and rushed to help them along with his staff. The minister found that a driver and some women were stuck in the car involved in the mishap. He got them rescued and got an ambulance arranged for them. He directed the health officials to provide best medical care to the victims.

The minister said, "I was on my way towards Delhi when I noticed the accident. Luckily, all victims were safe and no life was lost. I appeal to the people that every person should come forward and help the accident victims whenever they notice such an incident as they too comprise of someone's family. When you help a person, it gives you personal satisfaction and by saving someone's life you are protecting a family itself."

SHO Parao police station Devender Singh said, "At least five persons were injured. No complaint has been received."



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