Telangana bus-train collision: 3 students still critical
Hyderabad: The condition of three students, injured in bus-train collision at an unmanned railway crossing in Telangana`s Medak district last month, continues to remain critical.
Nithusha(7), who was undergoing treatment at Yashoda Hospital, was today discharged while three boys in the age group of 6-7 years continued to remain critical and they were under close observation, doctors said.
Sharath, Prashant, and Varun Goud are still under acute medical care management, Yashoda Hospital Chief Operating Officer Dr R Chandrasekar said in a release.
Sixteen persons, including 14 school children, driver, and the cleaner of the private school bus, were killed and 20 students were injured when a passenger train hit their bus at an unmanned railway crossing at Masaipet village in Medak on July 24.
Two other students subsequently succumbed to their injuries during treatment at the private hospital while the remaining students were discharged after treatment.
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