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Accident news from Dec 10-Dec 16,2014

Boy killed, 10 hurt as bus rams stationary lorry
 December 10, 2014 00:26 IST
A 14-year-old boy died while ten others passengers were injured in a road accident as a speeding bus hit a stationary lorry at Panugundla Crossroad on NH-65 under Kattangur police station limits here on Tuesday morning.The deceased has been identified as Vadlamudi Nagendrababu, 14, native of Seethapalmandi. He was accompanied by his mother Varalakshmi, who also suffered grievous injuries, and father Govinda Rao. The Hyderabad-bound bus belongs to Eluru depot.Kattangur Sub-Inspector of Police Vijaya Prakash said 10 other passengers too sustained injuries in the incident. The condition of one of them is stated to be very critical, whom the police shifted to a hospital in Hyderabad. A case has been registered.
 Speed thrills but kills.\

Six killed as jeep rams bus
KHAMMAM, December 11, 2014
Six persons, including two women from Chhattisgarh State, were killed on the spot and another critically injured in a ghastly road accident involving a jeep and an RTC bus near Bandirevu village on Bhadrachalam-Chintur highway on Wednesday evening.
According to police sources, the gruesome accident took place when a Mahindra Max Jeep carrying passengers from Bhadrachalam to Konta in Chhattisgarh collided head on with the RTC bus bound for Vijayawada between Bandirevu and Katukapalli villages on the highway.
Six occupants of the jeep including the ill-fated vehicle driver died instantaneously at the mishap site. One more passenger suffered grievous head injuries in the collision. The local police identified four of the deceased as Mahadevi, Kareena, Santosh, and Lakshman. The identity of two other victims could not be established immediately. The jeep was coming in the wrong direction when it rammed the RTC bus near Bandirevu, said N Prakash Reddy, Additional Superintendent of Police, Bhadrachalam.
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