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An out-of-control dumper truck crushed fifteen people to death as they slept by the roadside early on Tuesday in western India, authorities said.
The dead included a baby girl, eight women and six men, said police official Usha Rada in the Suraj district of Gujarat state. Six others were injured.
The truck collided with a tractor carrying sugarcane just after midnight at a crossroads.
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“The dumper driver... lost control of the vehicle and went off the road, crushing labourers sleeping on the roadside,” deputy police superintendent C M Jadeja said.
Police said that the drivers of both the dumper truck and the tractor have been arrested.
High-speed vehicles jostling with motorbikes, pedestrians and cyclists combine with poor infrastructure and poorly maintained vehicles to make India's roads treacherous.
In 2019 more than 150,000 people died -- 410 every day or 17 an hour — in almost half a million accidents, according to the government.
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