Agra. The biggest and painful road accident has happened on Monday morning on the Yamuna Expressway in Agra. A double-decker roadways bus from Lucknow to Delhi has gone to the 30-feet deep gutter of Yamuna Expressway. In this tragedy, 29 people, including a woman and children, have died in the bus so far. Initial investigations have found that a painful accident occurred due to the driver’s nap. DM Ng Ravi Kumar has also expressed his apprehension. Although the official confirmation has not been confirmed yet, the police is currently engaged in investigation of the case with every angle. Meanwhile, CM Yogi Adityanath has announced compensation of Rs 5 lakh to all the victims families. Along with this, he has constituted a three-member committee to investigate the incident. CM has instructed the committee to submit the report in 24 hours. According to the information, the roadways bus of Awadh Depot came out of Delhi on Sunday night at around 10 pm on the Alambagh roadways bus stand. Just reaching Yamuna Expressway near the Lucknow Expressway and Inner Ring Road at around 4:30 in the morning. It is being told that the driver got blinked after walking two or three kilometers from here. After this, only after breaking the four feet high railing of the Yamuna Expressway, he went into 30 feet deep gutters. It is being told that there were about 40 to 45 passengers on board. Most of the passengers were in deep sleep at the time of the accident. Nobody could even get a chance to scream. A person from the village heard loud sounds like a blast during the accident. He gave this information to the people around him. After that a large number of villages reached there. The villagers reported to the police. Agra’s DM NG Ravi Kumar said that 29 people, including a child and a 15-year-old girl, were killed in the accident. 18 injured have been admitted to the hospital. He said that in the preliminary investigation, it seems that the speed of the bus was fast and the driver got a nap. At present, search operations are on the spot.