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A horse crashes into a moving car in Jaipur


Jaipur had 43 degree Celsius on Sunday. The heat was intolerable for both humans as well as animals. Unable to bear the intense heat on Sunday afternoon, a horse went berserk and crashed into a moving car outside Jaipur Club in Civil Lines area of Jaipur. It injured not only itself but the car driver too.

Passersby and men from the forest department had a tough time during the rescue operation, saving both the driver and the animal.

A tanga wala had tied his horse on the roadside in Hasanpura area, providing him a packet full of fodder to eat and relax. But the packet somehow blocked the eye sight of the horse and made him even more furious. The horse went berserk due to this and the heat, and broke away from the pole it was tied to.

The crazy animal on the street created panic. people started running to a safer side to protect themselves. Running crazily, the animal reached Jacob Road in Civil Lines area of Jaipur. there it first bashed into a bike and then jumped into a car breaking the front windshield.

In this accident, the driver of the car, Pankaj Joshi, who works for an event management company, and the horse got injuries. Locals and passersby immediately started to help the animal and the driver get out of the car. they were joined by a team from the forest department, who had a tough time rescuing the two.

Pankaj Joshi, the driver of the car, was discharged after first aid. But the horse is still recovering. It has suffered injuries due to the car's windshield. But there is nothing serious according to Dr. Arvind Mathur, who is treating the horse.

 


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