Three burnt alive after Omni catches fire in accident


Team Udayavani, Jan 4, 2020, 11:01 AM IST

Tumakuru: Three people were burnt alive and four others sustained severe burns injuries after their Omni van collided with a private bus and caught fire on NH-206 near Doddaguni in Gubbi taluk of Tumakuru district in the early hours of Saturday.

The deceased are identified as Vasanthkumar (23), Ramaiah (62) and Narsamma (60) of N. Hosahalli in Gubbi taluk. The injured are Ravikumar (23), Radhamani (30), Narasimha Murthy (40) and Gowramma (28).

The injured were shifted to Tumakuru district government hospital.

The accident took place while Narasamma’s relatives and villagers were taking her to a hospital in Nittur. A private bus heading to Shivamogga from Bengaluru, collided with the van on the tank bund road near Doddguni. The two vehicles caught fire and Vasanthkumar, Ramaiah and Narasamma were burnt alive in the van, while the passengers in the private bus escaped unhurt.

A case in the regard has been registered with the local police.

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