Experts in road safety pay a visit to the accident site at Kalinga Ghat.

Road safety team travelled to crash site near Kalinga Ghat, NH no. 157 in Ganjam district, which killed six people and injured 40 others .

Berhampur, On Thursday, a road safety team travelled to the crash site near Kalinga Ghat, NH no.157 in Ganjam district, which killed six people and injured 40 others, to figure out the exact cause of many accidents along the 10 km ghat road.According to Sanjay Biswal, joint director of road safety, a three-member team of project monitoring unit (PMU) scientifically investigated the origin of the accident.According to Umesh Sangwan, a PMU member, we are looking at all aspects including the layout of the ghat road, the bus driver's negligence, and the condition of the vehicle that may have caused the accident.

In the last two years, four accidents have occurred on the ghat road.In the accidents, eight people were killed and over 100 were injured.All of the accidents involved buses coming from outside the state, and the drivers were unfamiliar with the ghat road.Buses from other states can be banned from passing by the Kalinga Ghat, according to a senior engineer of the NH.