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Two killed in road accidents

Hyderabad, Feb 13 (INN): Two persons were killed in separate road accidents in the city.

A 52-year-old man, C Shankar, succumbed to the injuries which he sustained on February 10 when the bike he was riding was hit by another motorcycle coming from opposite direction on Sanghi Nagar Road. He was admitted to a private hospital where he died on Friday morning, according to Hayathnagar police. Shankar was a security guard and resident of Omar Khanguda.

In another case, Rajashekar, 30, died of injuries which he sustained on February 10 when the lorry, on which he used work as a cleaner, was hit by another unidentified lorry on ORR Narsingi. The lorry driver, Venkat Reddy, was also injured in the accident. Both were admitted to the Osmania General Hospital where Rajashekar, a resident of Miryalguda in Nalgonda district, died on Friday, according to Narsingi police. (INN)

Barber killed in train accident

A 47-year-old man died on the spot after he was hit by a train while he was trying to cross the tracks between Arts College and Sitaphalmandi.

According to Kachiguda Railway Police, the incident occurred on Thursday evening. The deceased was later identified as K Somnath, a barber and resident of Sithaphalmandi. The body was later shifted to the Osmania General Hospital mortuary for post-mortem.

Ill-health drives three persons to suicide

In separate cases, three persons committed suicide allegedly due to ill-health.

While Swami, 25, of Koltor in Shamipet police limits and K Srinivas, 21, of Patel Nagar in Amberpet police limits took the extreme step by hanging to the ceiling at their residence on Thursday night, Riyazuddin, 20, of Munipally of Ranga Reddy district consumed some unknown poison on Thursday evening. All of them were allegedly suffering from various health disorders which drove them to suicide.

Four-year-old girl succumbs to burn injuries

A four-year-old girl succumbed to the burn injuries which she sustained accidentally.

According to Santosh Nagar police, a bucket of boiling water accidentally fell on the victim, Sania Sultana, while she was playing at her residence in Khalender Nagar on February 7. She was admitted to the Osmania General Hospital where she died on Thursday night.

Police retrieve two bodies from Hussainsagar

The Ramgopalpet police have retrieved the bodies of tw unidentified man from the Hussainsagar lake.

While one body was retrieved on Thursday evening, another was fished out on Friday morning at separate places. The deceased were aged between 25-35 years. Both the bodies have been preserved at the Gandhi Hospital mortuary for post-mortem and identification.

Contractor falls from building, dies

A 31-year-old man died after accidentally falling down from the fourth floor of an under-construction building in Saroornagar police limits.

The deceased, Abdul Basheer, a wiring contractor, fell down from the building while inspecting the works at an under-construction building in Saroornagar area on Thursday evening. He sustained grievous injuries was declared brought dead when rushed to Osmania General Hospital. He was a resident of Bholapur near Musheerabad.

Woman dies after consuming poison

A 40-year-old woman died after consuming some unknown poison

According to Rajendranagar police, the deceased, M Devamma, consumed poison in inebriated condition at her residence in Attapur on February 3. She was admitted to the Osmania General Hospital where she died on Friday morning. She was into cloth business.

Elderly woman dies after falling into water sump

An 85-year-old woman died after falling into a water sump.

According to Uppal police, the deceased, N Bhikamma, accidentally fell down into a water sump at her residence in Indira Nagar near Ramanthapur on Thursday. She was immediately rushed to the Osmania General Hospital where she died a few hours after admission. (INN)


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