Gujarat: At least six people have been killed in a collision between a truck and a car in Surendranagar Chotila near Gujarat’s Rajkot. The cause behind the accident is not yet known. Also Read - Coronavirus in Gujarat: 45-Year-Old COVID-19 Patient Dies, State's Death Toll Reaches 5

The number of people injured is also unknown. More details are awaited. Also Read - Amid Lockdown, Gujarat Govt to Provide Food Items Freely to Poor Families From April 1

In another road accident, at least six tourists died and more than 10 were critically injured near Hubli on National Highway 63 on Saturday. The accident took place when a bus, carrying a team of Mumbai based travellers, had a head-on collision with a lorry. Six of the tourists, who were headed to Hampi, died at the spot. Also Read - 69-Year-Old Man Gujarat's First Casualty Due to Coronavirus, Death Toll in India Rises to Seven

The district police rushed to the spot and injured were admitted to the Hubli KIMS hospital for treatment. The deceased have been identified as Vishwanath (76), Dinkar (74), Ramesh Jaipal (70), Sumedha (65), Lahu (65) and Suchitra (65).

A case has been registered in Annigeri Police Station and an investigation in the matter is underway.