Since the day of the incident, three accidents have taken place at this spot and at least five have been injured in all the accidents.
The driver was reportedly driving at over 100 kmph speed while speaking on the phone, which is being suspected as the main reason behind the incident.
It is also the leading cause of deaths as 2,540 people died out of a total of 4,725 death in road accidents in 2018.
The Cyberabad traffic police caught 345 drunk drivers in three nights between November 29 and December 1.
The families of the three teenagers suspect that they were being chased by a police van for riding without helmets, and that led to the accident.
Hundreds of thousands of students across the country took to the streets after the two teenagers were hit by an out-of-control bus that had been illegally racing through the streets of Dhaka in 2018.
The children, who had sustained 70 to 80 per cent burn injuries, were administered first aid at the CHC.
The 13-year-old tribal boy, Bijay Naik of Khandia within Kuliona police limits, was a student of Gopabandhu Sikhya Niketan at Machhapada in Baisinga.
The tragedy took place when a group of nine boys sneaked out of campus at Madhapur for a birthday celebration and were on their way back to college in an SUV.
According to police, Raju (65) a retired staff of a private company in Guindy and his wife Alka (61) were staying along with their son’s family in an apartment building in Porur.
The main reason more people are losing their lives in accidents is the deadly combination of faulty helmets or no helmets and speeding, say officials.
The company may look at incorporating the solutions of the students into the discussion with BTP.
Under ‘No Accident Day’ drive taken up from August, cops keep watch on black spots in Krishna dist thrice a week
It is learnt that West Zone- JNTU, in eight months since its inauguration in April 2019 has already witnessed five to six deaths happen on it as the flyover has no speed calming measure.
When they approached the ANM, who was staying in the staff quarters on the hospital premises, she expressed her inability to treat the child and advised Subrat to take the girl to a village quack.