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Confusion Alert: The Yamuna Expressway video that went viral yesterday could be a video shot in 2016.

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Traffic drives through smog in Delhi, India November 7, 2016. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton - D1BEULLHZPAC

The air quality index of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) had a score of 487 on a scale of 500, indicating ‘severe’ levels of pollution.

In the midst of all a video went viral on social media sites and WhatsApp groups showing a major pile-up of cars on the Yamuna Expressway due to low visibility caused by smog. Many major publications carried it as a portrayal of the current situation on the ground.

However, Outlook has reported that the video was, in fact, shot in 2016. The confusion might have been caused due to the fact that a similar accident did take place on the Yamuna Expressway on Monday morning. Hindustan Times reported that six people were injured when 13 vehicles piled up on the Expressway in Greater Noida’s Dankaur area due to low visibility on Wednesday morning.

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