Four members of family die as car crashes into roadside canal

Four members of a family died when a Wagon-R crashed into a roadside canal at Nagullanka village in P Gannavaram mandal on Saturday. 

Published: 01st January 2017 01:40 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st January 2017 02:13 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

KAKINADA: Four members of a family died when a Wagon-R crashed into a roadside canal at Nagullanka village in P Gannavaram mandal on Saturday.  According to police, Gandham Gopi Krishna (55), owner of Gopi Krishna Tours and Travels, along with mother Saraswathamma (72), sisters Majji Subbalakshmi (48) and Bala Surya Prabha alias Ammaji (46), was going to Razole from  Mandapeta to console a bereaved relative’s family when the mishap occurred. Though local people started rescue operations soon after the car driven by Gopi Krishna crashed into the canal, none could be saved. The bodies of Gopi Krishna, his mother and sisters were retrieved from the canal. P Gannavaram police registered a case.

Jilted lover attacks senior Inter girl, stabs himself
Eluru: A jilted lover attacked a teenage girl with a knife at the airstrip in Tadepalligudem on Saturday and later stabbed himself.  According to the police, Muriki Sanjeev Kumar (28), a resident of Housing Board Colony, fell in love with a senior Intermediate girl residing in front of his house. Having learnt about the love affair between the two, the girl’s parents scolded her.

They also asked the girl to stop talking to Sanjeev Kumar who is working as a sales promoter in a private company while pursuing MTech. Irked by her sudden indifference towards him, Sanjeev Kumar who hails from Khammam district, asked the girl to come to the airstrip. When she went to the place, he attacked her with a knife and stabbed himself on the leg. Local people shifted them to Tadepalligudem hospital. As the condition of the girl is critical, she was shifted to Eluru. SI I Veerraju registered a case.


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