People crowd the wreckage of a car that was involved in an accident at Shamirpet on Monday
Hyderabad: Three members of a family were killed when a car in which they were travelling rammed into a median and hit another car on the other side of the highway at Shamirpet on Sunday evening.
Three passengers who were travelling in the two cars involved in the accident survived with injuries and are being treated at a hospital. One of them is stated to be in a serious condition.
The accident occurred when a car carrying a family of four persons that was returning from the Siddipet side hit the median. The momentum flung the car to the other side of the road where it hit an oncoming car.
According to the police, the accident was the result of the driver losing control at high speed.
Bandlaguda resident Kosuru Kishore Chary, 47, along with his wife Bharathi, 42, and sons Sudhansh, 22, and Thaneesh, returning to the city in the car (TS08 FV 3005) when the accident occurred.
When the car reached the Kattamaisamma area, Kishore, who was behind the wheel, reportedly lost control over the car, hit the median and crossed to the other side.
Just at that time another car (TS36 E 7111) was leaving the city and was hit by the Chary’s car.
Due to the impact, Kishore, Bharathi and Sudhansh died on the spot, while Thaneesh received critical injuries. Two passengers travelling in the outbound car, Raju and Mahesh, sustained minor injuries.
“Thaneesh’s condition is stated to be critical, while the other two persons have minor injuries. They have been admitted to a hospital for treatment. The bodies have been sent to Gandhi Hospital mortuary for the postmortem,” said Shamirpet inspector B. Naveen Reddy, adding that a case has been registered for the probe.
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