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Three run over by RTC bus

Staff Reporter

HYDERABAD: Three persons, including an eight-year-old boy and his father, were killed when an APSRTC bus rammed into a motorbike and an autorickshaw at Ibrahimpatnam on the city outskirts on Wednesday.

Thirty-year-old G. Jangaiah of Kolukalapally in Mahabubnagar district was coming to the city on the bike along with his son Shiva Kumar and wife Yadamma when the Ibrahimpatnam depot bus hit them from behind near Khanapuram gate around 5 p.m. Flung by the impact, Jangaiah and his son fell on the road while the motorcycle hit an autorickshaw in the front.

Srinivas (26), who was travelling in the autorickshaw, too fell on the road. The bus ran over the three killing them instantly, Ibrahimpatnam SI A. Sampath Kumar said. Srinivas is from Peddapally in Karimnagar district and works for a private educational institute.

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