Five dead, one injured in a road accident in Kamareddy

Nizamabad, March 28: Five persons died on the spot when a car collided with TSRTC bus at a sharp curve on the fringes of Ghanpur village, Machireddy mandal in Kamareddy today morning.

One person was seriously injured in the accident and has been shifted to a nearby hospital. Such was the impact of the accident, the bodies of couple of passengers got wrangled in the car.

The accident occurred when the car was heading towards Sircilla from Kamareddy and the TSRTC bus was traveling to Kamareddy from Karimnagar. As per preliminary investigation, police officials said the accident occurred due to over speeding, according to reports.

Five dead, one injured in a road accident in Kamareddy
Five dead, one injured in a road accident in Kamareddy

More details are awaited.


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