Four people were killed and nine others injured after a van fell into a gorge in Amravati in Maharashtra State, India.
On Thursday, Police mentioned that the accident occurred when the victims who are from Akot in the Akola district, were returning to a village in a pick-up van after selling vegetables in a weekly market.
They said the injured have been taken to a hospital for treatment.
Earlier, at least 112 women were hospitalized after a gas leaked in an apparel manufacturing plant in southern India.
The workers were suffering from nausea and vomiting at a plant in the Atchyutapuram district of the southern state of Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday night.
The police said that no deaths had been reported and the situation was under control.
In 2020, at least five people died and hundreds were hospitalized after a gas leak at a chemical plant in Visakhapatnam, an industrial port city in the same state.
In 1984, India witnessed one of its worst industrial disasters in history when 40 tons of gas leaked from a pesticide plant in Bhopal, a city in central India, as a result around 3,500 people living around the plant died.