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    The event occurred on Palamaner Road in Settipalle settlement on the outskirts of Kuppam.
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    Three medical students were killed in a fatal chance event on Sunday, February 26 in Andhra Pradesh’s Chittoor territory. The chance event occurred near Kuppam when a auto in which they were travelling was crushed under a motortruck after it was run into by another auto from behind.
    According to the police, the students from PES Medical College were on their course of conduct to Kuppam to attend the nuptials of their classmate when the chance event took rate. The event occurred on Palamaner Road in Settipalle settlement on the outskirts of Kuppam. The auto in which the medicos were travelling, rolled over several times, landed on the contrary incline of the open way for travel or transportation, and got crushed under a lorry coming from the contrary orientation. All three occupants died on the smudge. They were identified as Vikas and Kalyan (household surgeons) and Praveen, a third-year pupil.
    Police rushed to the chance event internet site and retrieved the bodies from the mangled auto. The bodies were then shifted to the government infirmary at Kuppam for autopsy.
    Former Chief Minister and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief executive of a republic N Chandrababu Naidu, who represents Kuppam Assembly body of voters, expressed having great spatial extension downward feeling of distress and disbelief over the decease of the three medicos. Naidu said it was not favored by fortune that the youthful men who had bright futures ahead of them died in the tragic open way for travel or transportation chance event. He conveyed his condolences to the families of the deceased.
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