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Karnataka: 10 killed in road accident in Mysore

Updated on: 29 May,2023 06:23 PM IST  |  Mysore
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A total of 10 people including two children died in an accident between a private bus and a car near Tirumakudalu-Narasipura in Mysore, said SP Mysore Seema Latkar on Monday.

Karnataka: 10 killed in road accident in Mysore

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A total of 10 people including two children died in an accident between a private bus and a car near Tirumakudalu-Narasipura in Mysore, said SP Mysore Seema Latkar on Monday.


More details are awaited on the matter.


Yesterday, six people died after a car collided with a lorry in Karnataka`s Koppal district.


According to the police, the six persons died on the spot after an Indica car collided with a lorry.

The deceased have been identified as Rajappa Banagodi, Raghavendra, Akshaya Shivsharan, Jayashree, Rakhi, and Rashmika. The incident occurred near Kalakeri in Kushtagi taluk of Koppal district, the police said.

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The police further informed that the deceased have been travelling from Vijayapur to Bengaluru when the Indica car`s tyre burst and collided with a lorry.

Meanwhile, the Chief Minister`s Office informed that CM Siddaramaiah has announced Rs 2 lakh compensation to the kin of the victims in the accident. 

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