Five people died in separate accidents at Hayathnagar, Yacharam and Narsingi on Saturday night and Sunday.
A class XII student died and the pillion rider was injured after the bike they were riding on rammed a parked lorry at Red Hills on Saturday afternoon.
The injured were shifted to SSG Hospital in Vadodara, said district Superintendent of Police Sudhir Desai.
MLA Vidadala Rajani rushed to the spot and assured to help the victim families. She contacted the doctors over phone and directed them to provide medical care to the injured.
A 12-year-old girl was injured in the accident and has been hospitalised, the police added.
While driving, Sateesh lost control of the vehicle and rammed the car into 40-year-old Mohammad Afsar Pasha, a private school correspondent, killing him on the spot.
Due to the limited number of bookings, the ill-fated trip of KSRTC Volvo bus to Ernakulam (No: RS 784) was postponed to Wednesday.
On Thursday morning Gokulanatha Kaimal, a retired ESI employee, and Varada Devi were eagerly waiting for their daughter, Gopika Gokulanathan, who had last visited home three weeks ago.
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Qudrath learnt about his son’s accident at 2 am when a teacher from the school called him. He reached the hospital and was informed of his son’s death.
They left the place after 15 minutes and at Bharath Nagar, Sunil, their friend, joined them taking the headcount to seven. Sunil began driving the car and they headed towards Nampally.
The car veered off to extreme left, climbed onto the footpath, crashed into the railing and fell off the flyover.
The accident happened near Rakhi Shahpur village when the victims were returning from a wedding.
Two persons died and 25 others were injured when the bus in which they were travelling veered off the road and turned turtle in Nabarangpur district on Saturday.
Police said judicial magistrate first class Sahil Singla, presently posted in Pathankot, had come to Chandigarh to attend a wedding along with his wife Radhika and friends.