TV singer from Guntur dies in bike accident

HYDERABAD: A professional singer, who appeared in several reality shows on the television, died when the two-wheeler she was pillionriding was hit from behind by an APSRTC bus near Paradise in

Published: 03rd March 2012 02:24 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:27 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A professional singer, who appeared in several reality shows on the television, died when the two-wheeler she was pillionriding was hit from behind by an APSRTC bus near Paradise in Secunderabad on Friday.

The 19-year-old Vaishnavi Krishna from Guntur came here a couple of days ago to participate in the final of a show and was staying with her uncle Markendaya Prasad at Ramakrishnapuram.

According to the Mahankali police, the girl and her uncle were going on a two-wheeler when a bus belonging to the Ranigunj depot hit the vehicle from behind art the CTO near Paradise. They both fell on the ground and the girl suffered severe injuries and both were shifted to a hospital where the girl died.

BIKER DIES: In another accident, a biker died after his two-wheeler rammed a roadside electric pole at Keesara.

A woman pillion-riding on the vehicle was injured.

Keesara police said M Mahender (31) of North Lalaguda went to Yadagirigutta two days ago along with the woman, Ashwini, who lives in the same locality.

After Yadagirigutta they visited the Keesaragutta temple and were returning to the city when Mahender crashed his two-wheeler into an electric pole near Gurukula School at Keesara. Mahender suffered severe head injury and died instantly while the injured girl landed in hospital.

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