Six killed in Maharashtra road accident (Lead)

May 13th, 2008 - 2:27 am ICT by admin  

Pune, May 12 (IANS) Six people were killed early Monday when a Luxury coach bus was rammed by a truck from behind on the National Highway No.9 at Andur village near Osmanabad, in Maharashtra. According to the police, the bus was parked on the highway when the truck rammed into it from from behind killing four of the passengers instantaneously. Two boys travelling in the truck also died in the accident.

The names of the dead are Krishna M. Savgar from Navi Mumbai, Maua Mohammad Ali from Andhra Pradesh, Srinivas B.R. from Andhra Pradesh, Atmaram P.R. from Chembur and the two boys Baluram Vagmore and Babluram Vagmore.

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