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NEW DELHI: About 25 people, including 16 students of the Narela branch of Central School, sustained injuries when two mini-buses collided at Bawana in North-West Delhi on Monday. While the driver of the school bus was admitted to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, others were taken to Maharshi Valmiki Hospital.
According to the police, the incident occurred around 7-30 a.m. when a private mini-bus collided with another mini-bus ferrying students to the Narela branch of Central School, injuring the students and the driver, Balraj. The injured students and passengers of the other bus were taken to the nearby Maharshi Valmiki Hospital, whereas Balraj -- who had sustained serious injuries -- was rushed to Lohia Hospital. "All the injured are out of danger," said a senior police officer.
A case of causing injury due to rash and negligent driving has been registered at Bawana police station and investigations are on to fix the responsibility.
In an accident reported recently, two students were killed and three injured in a collision between a school bus and a truck at Naraina in South-West Delhi.
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