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Six killed as bus falls into river near Raisen in MP

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RAISEN (MP), Oct 3: Six persons were killed and 18 injured when a private bus fell into a flooded river near Raisen in Madhya Pradesh in the wee hours of Thursday, an official said.

The incident took place around 1.30 am, at a spot about 40 km from the state capital Bhopal.

The Chhattarpur-bound bus which had started from Indore fell into the Richhan river, Raisen district collector Uma Shankar Bhargava told PTI.

Six passengers were killed and 18 others were injured, he said.

Eleven of the injured persons were sent to Bhopal for treatment while seven were admitted to the district hospital, he added.

He himself and Superintendent of Police Monica Shukla rushed to the spot to supervise the rescue operation, and efforts were on to pull the bus out from the water with the help of a crane, Bhargava said.

The bus was probably speeding and fell off the bridge after breaking its side-wall as the driver lost control, he said.

The river is in spate following continuous rains, the collector added. - PTI

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Six killed as bus falls into river near Raisen in MP

RAISEN (MP), Oct 3: Six persons were killed and 18 injured when a private bus fell into a flooded river near Raisen in Madhya Pradesh in the wee hours of Thursday, an official said.

The incident took place around 1.30 am, at a spot about 40 km from the state capital Bhopal.

The Chhattarpur-bound bus which had started from Indore fell into the Richhan river, Raisen district collector Uma Shankar Bhargava told PTI.

Six passengers were killed and 18 others were injured, he said.

Eleven of the injured persons were sent to Bhopal for treatment while seven were admitted to the district hospital, he added.

He himself and Superintendent of Police Monica Shukla rushed to the spot to supervise the rescue operation, and efforts were on to pull the bus out from the water with the help of a crane, Bhargava said.

The bus was probably speeding and fell off the bridge after breaking its side-wall as the driver lost control, he said.

The river is in spate following continuous rains, the collector added. - PTI

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