A rock fell on the car of tourists visiting Nainital, husband dies, wife injured – News18

Nainital: Uttarakhand A major accident happened on Tuesday in Nainital of (Uttarakhand). A big boulder fell from the hill on top of the car of tourists coming to Nainital from Haryana. In this horrific accident, one tourist has died on the spot, while the other has been admitted to the Nainital hospital for treatment. It is being told that Hanumant Talwar of Gurgaon Haryana was coming to visit Nainital with his wife. But the stone from the hill on the old mountain Bajoon fell on his car. The husband and wife were going to Mukteshwar to buy land to build a house.

After the information, the police reached the spot and pulled both the injured out of the car. But during this Hanumant Talwar died on the spot. Hanumant’s injured wife has been admitted to a hospital in Haldwani for treatment. At present, the police is conducting the post-mortem of the deceased.

heavy rain alert

Monsoon is active in Himachal Pradesh. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of heavy rain in 9 districts in the next 48 hours. First, an alert has been issued for the low and medium altitude areas of the state, while a yellow alert has been issued for the high altitude areas. The capital Shimla remained cloudy on Tuesday morning, but it rained heavily in the afternoon. According to the information received from the Meteorological Department, there has been a lot of rain in many districts including Kangra, Chamba and Hamirpur. According to the director of the department, Surendra Paul, this round is likely to continue for the next 36 to 48 hours.

From July 22, the pace of monsoon may slow down a bit, but after July 25, the monsoon will be active again. Due to the bad weather, a significant drop in temperature has also been recorded. A slight chill can be felt due to the rain. The minimum temperature in the capital in the morning was 16.6 degree Celsius.

The possibility of landslides in these areas

The temperature has also dropped in the medium altitude areas of Himachal. The Director of the Meteorological Department says that the rains will continue for the coming two days in Kangra, Bilaspur, Solan, Shimla, Sirmaur, Chamba and Mandi districts. While light rain is forecast in Lahaul-Spiti and Kinnaur districts. The local people and tourists have been advised by the department not to go near the rivers and streams. Due to the possibility of landslides, it has been advised not to go to the dangerous places. Also, it has been asked to avoid traveling unnecessarily.

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