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Speed driving,overfilled vehicles-accident news hyd-26,27,28 January 2015

3 killed, four hurt in accident


January 26, 2015 05:45 IST

Three persons were killed and four others were seriously injured in an accident involving a tanker and other vehicles at Dasannapeta Rythu Bazaar on the Ring Road here on Sunday evening. According to eye-witnesses, the tanker first hit a two-wheeler, then hit a pedestrian, and then an auto-rickshaw in which a family of four were returning to their home at Gedda Veedhi in the town.

Reckless driving causes danger to self and also loss to others.

Seven dead in mishap in Hyderabad

Hyderabad, January 27 HYDERABAD:

Seven persons were killed and four others injured when two four-wheelers collided head-on in Mahboobnagar district of Telangana on Tuesday morning. The incident occurred on the outskirts of Komireddipalli on NH-44 when a vehicle with Maharashtra registration number crossed the road divider and hit another coming from opposite direction resulting in the death of seven persons and injuries to 4 others, a police officer said.

Woman among three killed in road accidents, Hyderabad, Jan 28 (INN):

A 43-year-old woman sustained grievous injuries when the motorcycle, on which she was a pillion rider, was hit by a bus belong to Ramoji Film City.The accident occurred on Tuesday night on Amajor road in Hayathnagar police limits. The deceased, G Savithri, and her son, Mahesh, the rider, were immediately rushed to Osmania General Hospital where Savithri was declared brought dead. Mahesh is still undergoing treatment and is said be in a critical condition. They were residents of Saroornagar.

In another case, M Venkatesh, 23, of Malampet, died of grievous injuries which he suffered when the motorcycle he was travelling on along with his friend Tarun skidded near Sri Chaitanya College in Dundigal police limits on Tuesday night. Both were immediately taken to a nearby hospital where Venkatesh was declared brought dead.

In a different case, 55-year-old J Krishna of Nizampet succumbed to the injuries which he sustained after he was hit by an unidentified vehicle while he was crossing the road near KPHB petrol bunk on January 21. He was admitted to the Gandhi Hospital where he succumbed on Wednesday morning.


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