Thane: Eleven people were on Sunday killed after two vehicles collided with each other in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur, news agency ANI reported. Further, four people were reported to be critically injured.Also Read - Maharashtra: Passengers Arriving In Mumbai From UAE Exempted From 7-Day Home Quarantine | Details Here

The incident took place in Chandrapur’s Korpana area. It is a developing story and more details are awaited. Also Read - 11 Skulls, 54 Bones Of Foetuses Found At Hospital In Maharashtra's Wardha, Probe Underway

In a separate incident which took place on December 8, around thirteen people died after a bus fell in a gorge in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pooch. Further, 13 people were reported to be injured in the accident. All those injured were rushed to a hospital nearby. Also Read - Maharashtra Records Over 46,000 Fresh COVID Infections, 36 Deaths; No New Case of Omicron Today

The bus which was going to Loran skidded off and fell into a gorge in Plera. The rescue and search operations were immediately undertaken.