(Representative Image) Two separate road accidents in Rajasthan killed seven people, leaving eight wounded, on June 18. A collision between a jeep and a truck near the Jamsar area (close to Bikaner), killed 4 and injured 6. Three died on the spot while one lost his life during treatment in the trauma center of PBM Hospital. The deceased were identified as Saroj (30), Prabhu (35), Moolaram (37), and Satpal (40). Gaurav Khidiya, the SHO of Jamsar police station said that the victims were on their way to Nokha town of Bikaner from Hanumangarh in an SUV. It is the driver who tried to overtake a vehicle and collided with a truck coming towards Bikaner. The injured, including 2 children, are admitted to Prince Bijay Singh Memorial Government Hospital in Bikaner. Meanwhile, in the wee hours, three men were killed and one injured as their car rammed a truck on Ajmer highway in Jaipur. The car was being driven at high speed. The incident happened outside Delhi Public School in the Bhankrota area. The deceased are identified as Babu Khan, Pankaj Nihalwani, and Sumit.