Four killed in separate road accidents in Andhra Pradesh

The mishap took place when Ramachandra Reddy was leaving for his native village Durgi from Piduguralla after completing his duty.

Published: 06th December 2017 01:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th December 2017 10:34 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

GUNTUR: Four persons were killed in three separate road accidents in Guntur district on Tuesday. 
According to Chilakaluripet SI M Umamaheswara Rao, S Venkatesh (27) and Kehar Singh (30) died on the spot when their motorcycle hit a car at Ogeru Vagu Bridge in Chilakaluripet in the early hours of Tuesday. The victims were going to Ongole. The duo were running an animal treatment centre at Chilakaluripet. 

The SI said Kehar Singh was from Kerala and Venkatesh was from Vijayawada. The police registered a case and shifted the bodies to Chilakaluripet area hospital for post-mortem.In the second accident, home guard P Ramachandra Reddy (35) died on the spot after hitting a lorry with his motorcycle at Kodamoudu village in Piduguralla mandal.

The mishap took place when Ramachandra Reddy was leaving for his native village Durgi from Piduguralla after completing his duty. His friend Venkateswarlu was riding pillion on his bike.

Piduguralla CI M Hanumantha Rao rushed to the spot and informed the matter to his relatives. The body of Venkateswarlu was shifted to area hospital for post-mortem.   Gorrapati Anjaiah (55) was killed after hitting a school bus with his bike on the outskirts of Durgi village. He was going towards Durgi village after visiting rice mill at Durgi. The police registered a case and investigation is on.

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