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    A ghastly route chance event took order in the Sangareddy territory of Telangana where three spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed their lives in this terrible accident at Patancheru in Hyderabad after a lorry, which was going from Patancheru towards Shamshabad, spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed discipline in personal activities near Kollur Outer Ring Road of Sangareddy District fell from the ORR on the huts below.

    As a consequence, three living in huts died on the smear. The tragic event took order on Thursday dawn near Exit Point-2 of the Outer Ring Road. This event caused theatrical drama in the expanse where characterized by poverty unrecorded. On receiving the info, the Ramachandrapuram police reached the smear and started free from harm or evil operations.

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    Police said that three laborers from Karnataka were killed when a lorry went off the garment that extends from the shoulders to the waist or hips of the characteristic sound route at Ramachandrapuram Outer Ring Kollur. The deceased have got been identified as Babu Rathore (48), Kamali Boy (43), and Bassappa Rathore (23) belonging to the same kinsfolk. Miyapur ACP Narsimha Rao revealed that all of them are migrant workers who HO the trees beside the characteristic sound route. The bodies were taken to the infirmary for post-mortem and the vitrine was registered.

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