Two RTC Buses Caught Fire In Suryapet
Suryapet/Hyderabad, Feb 26 (Maxim News): A major accident was averted in the Suryapet district. Two APSRTC buses caught fire accidentally in the Gampulagrama suburb of Vhivvemla Mandal in the district. As there was no one on the bus, everyone held their breath.
The RTC bus stopped in the suburbs of Gampulagram at around 3 am on Sunday. The staff sent the passengers on another bus. But the crew came in another bus to repair the stalled bus. a fire broke out in the battery in the stopped bus. As a result, the fire quickly spread from one bus to another and both were burnt.
On receiving the information, the firemen rushed to the spot and brought the fire under control. The Police have registered a case and are investigating the incident. (Maxim News)
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