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8 children killed, 12 injured as bus and school van collide in Kundapur

Published On : 21 Jun 2016   |  Reported By : Courtesy : Indian Express


Kundapur: Eight school children were killed and 12 others were injured in an accident at Kundapur area of Karnataka on Tuesday.

The incident happened at around 8:00 am when a private bus and school van collided. Kundapur is 400 km from Bengaluru.

According to local TV reports, the incident took place in Kundapur area in Udupi and the children belonged to Don Bosco High School. The injured have been rushed to Manipal hospital.

The deceased children have been identified as Nikita, Ananya, Selista, Ansita, Alvita, Roysten, Delvin and Clarisha.







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