Chikkaballapur Automobile Strike Information: 13 killed then automotive rams truck on Nationwide Freeway 44 in Karnataka | Bengaluru Information

CHIKKABALLAPUR: 13 community, together with a six-year-old-boy, 4 ladies and a primary yr PU scholar died then the Multi Worth Car (MUV) they have been travelling rammed a cement mixer truck parked through street facet on Bengaluru-Hyderabad freeway within the outskirts of Chikkaballapur, round 50 kilometer from Bengaluru early Thursday morning.
The clash happened at Chitravati junction at round 6.30am when the Tata Sumo, wearing 12 passengers and its motive force rammed into the cement mixer truck.Hour 10, together with the MUV motive force died at the spot, two died boarded to clinic and one within the clinic, Chikkaballapur police stated.
Superintendent of Police (SP) Chikkaballapur-DL Nagesh instructed TOI that most of the deceased passengers have been citizens of Gorantla village and within reach hamlets in Andhra Pradesh and a few have been their family members or society pals. In numerous teams, that they had visited Gorantla to proclaim Dussehra and have been travelling again to Bengaluru.
“The Tata Sumo driver-Narasimhamurthy, was driving back his empty vehicle to Bengaluru. The 12 passengers were waiting for Bengaluru heading bus at Gorantla bus stand and other places. Offering them a lift, Narasimha asked them to board the vehicle around 3am,” Nagesh stated including, “Most of the deceased men were either daily wage workers or self-employed while women and the boy were their family members. Mainly, the deceased hailed from different places of Gorantla. Some of them had settled in Bengaluru,” he stated.
In step with Shiva, an observer, the motive force of the MUV failed to note the truck parked at the left lane of the freeway, because of thick fog. The truck used to be parked very similar to the freeway edge, with out turning at the signs, they stated. Shiva stated that the MUV, mins earlier than the clash, had overtaken him at Harobande village junction, at top velocity. “Few minutes later, I saw that the same MUV had rammed into the truck. Many of them had died while some were crying for help. Quickly, I called ambulance service and informed the police. By then, other passersby stopped and offered a helping hand in giving water to the injured ones and trying to pull them out,” Shiva stated.
Police stated, “Also, the MUV was moving at high speed. Prima facia, we can say that the vehicle was moving at around 100kmph at least during the collision. The impact was so hard that we used gas cutters and iron rods to cut open the jammed doors of the vehicle and pull out the bodies and the injured ones,” an investigating officer instructed TOI.
Police are but to spot the motive force of the cement combination truck.
Dead body are recognized as Aruna A, 32, her six-year-old-son Rutvik Kumar from Doddaballapur, MUV motive force Okay Narasimhamurthy, 47, of Kaval Byrasandra in Bengaluru, Narasimhappa, 40, N Perimil Pavan Kumar, 32, N Bellala Venkatadri, 32, his spouse Bellala Lakshmi, 20 and primary PUC scholar M Ganesh, 17, all from Gorantla, V Venkatasubbamma alias Subbamma, 40, of Basaveshwaranagar, Okay Shantamma, 37, of Hongasandra, S Rajavardhan, 15 from Gaunipenta village, A Venkataramana, 51, of Kamakshipalya, B Narayanappa, 50 of Yelahanka.

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