Delhi: School Bus Collides With Cluster Bus Near Naraina, 6 Students Injured

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A school bus overturned at the National Capital after it collided with a speeding cluster DTC bus on Thursday morning. 6 children were injured in the incident

Written By Misha Bhatt | Mumbai | Updated On:

The National Capital woke up to shocking morning news after a school bus carrying children collided with a cluster bus near the Sagar Ratna Red Light Naraina area in the National Capital. 

Post the incident, 6 school children and a woman have been injured and are currently undergoing medical treatment. 

According to the sources, the Police Control Room at PS Naraina DD no. 5A received a phone call at around 7:12 AM about an accident near the Sagar Ratna Red Light Naraina area.

Post receiving the call, the cops rushed to the spot and discovered that a cluster bus had collided with a school bus carrying school children of Salwan Public school, Rajendra Nagar, Delhi. Out of the 27 children present in the bus, two children sustained injuries in the accident. The cops have registered an FIR and the accused driver of the cluster bus namely Parbhat Malik has been arrested. Further investigation of the accident is underway.

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Eyewitnesses allege the cluster driver of over-speeding

The eyewitnesses of the accident claimed that the Delhi Transport Corporation bus was moving in speed when it ran into the school bus, post which the bus carrying school children overturned. 

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Four children injured after a school bus overturns in MP

Earlier on January 9, four students were injured after their school bus overturned near Rajpur town in Barwani district of Madhya Pradesh. The bus was carrying nearly 25 students of a private school when the mishap occurred, the police official said.

"The bus turned turtle near Jalgaon Fate as the driver lost over the vehicle, which was being driven at a high speed," Rajpur police station in-charge, Anil Bamania said.

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