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    Two people died in a road accident on the outskirts of Dammaiahpet of Kodimyal mandal on Sunday night. They were riding a bike and hit a tree by the side of the road. The two people who died were Rajender (18) of Thirmalapur and Penkasula Akshay (19) of Sandralapalli Kodimyal mandal. They were returning from a Bonalu festival at their friend’s home in Dammaiahpet. Akshay died on the spot and Rajender later died on the way to the hospital.

    In another incident, two people died in a road accident at Neredmet on Thursday night. They were on a motorcycle on the Sainathpuram road in Neredmet and they tried to overtake a car which resulted in hitting a TSRTC bus coming in the opposite direction. The two people fell on the road and sustained serious head injuries and died on the spot.

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    On the same night, a teenage girl was killed and her father and younger sister were seriously injured after their two-wheeler was hit by a truck. This road accident took place at Langar Houz. The deceased was identified as Syed Nasreen Begum (18), who was an intermediate student. Her father was identified as Syed Ghouse (48), a construction worker, and Syed Nameera Begum (10), a class six student, residents of Brundavan Colony in Tolichowki. The trio was proceeding to their house from Langar Houz when the truck driver, Venkataiah, who allegedly was driving at high speed, lost control of the steering and crashed into the two-wheeler from behind.

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