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Saturday, 13 February 2021

Heavy fog in Delhi-NCR:6 killed in accident on Agra Express Highway, poor air quality

Heavy fog in Delhi-NCR:6 killed in accident on Agra Express Highway, poor air quality; The lights of the vehicles had to be kept on even in the morning





According to SkyMate, thick fog is likely to cover more than 15 cities in northern India in the next few days.

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Delhi and NCR were also shrouded in dense fog with rising temperatures on Saturday. The Air Quality Index (AOI) has reached an extremely bad level. Due to the thick fog, people had to cross the road with their vehicle lights on even in the morning. At least six people have been killed in an accident on the Agra Express Highway due to thick fog.

The meteorological department has forecast rains in several cities in north India in the next few days, while Skymet estimates that thick fog is likely to cover more than 15 cities in northern India.


Airline General Indigo at Delhi Airport tweeted that there were difficulties in takeoff and landing of its aircraft at Delhi Airport. The schedule of some flights was also affected. However, the Delhi Airport Authority said that despite the low visibility, the movement of aircraft would continue normally.

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Ghaziabad air worst According to the
Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Ghaziabad air is worst in Delhi-NCR. Here the Air Quality Index (AQI) has reached 372. 352 in Greater Noida, 341 in Delhi, 347 in Gurugram and 326 in Faridabad. The CPCB estimates that there is currently no chance of people being relieved of the pollution due to the reduction in air speed. The level of pollution is likely to remain around this for the next two days.

Three times more pollution than the
norm The weather in Delhi-NCR on Saturday was normal. People have been relieved from the cold and chill, but the air has become toxic due to worrying pollution levels. The level of pollution in Delhi is 3 times higher than the norms. According to the CPCB, air quality levels in many parts of Delhi have crossed 300, falling into the 'very bad' category.


Divyabhaskar News

Six
members of the same family were killed in an accident on the Agra Express Highway in Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday morning. The accident took place on the Lucknow-Agra Express in Talgram area. A family from Lucknow was on their way to pay homage at the Balaji Temple, but the car collided head-on with a truck due to thick fog. The accident was so severe that all the occupants died on the spot.



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The accident took place on the Lucknow-Agra Express in Uttar Pradesh.



A family from Kakori area of ​​Lucknow was going to see Balaji in a car. The car collided with a truck parked on the expressway due to thick fog.



A car and a truck crashed due to thick fog on the Agra Express Highway.

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