6 killed in separate incidents in erstwhile Warangal district

6 killed in separate incidents in erstwhile Warangal district
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Five persons were killed in separate accidents while a married woman committed suicide in the erstwhile Warangal district on Thursday.

Warangal: Five persons were killed in separate accidents while a married woman committed suicide in the erstwhile Warangal district on Thursday.

In an incident at Parikipally village of Kataram mandal in Jayashankar Bhupalpally district, a woman called as Jimidi Sharada (25), wife of Shankar, consumed pesticide at her house. The couple has a daughter and a son. Kataram police, who registered a case and probing into the incident ,were suspecting that family disputes and financial problems might have forced the woman to end her life.

In a road accident that took place under Hasanparthy police station limits in Warangal Urban district, two friends Gurram Ranjith (27) and Poshala Ranjith (23) of Somidi in Kazipet were killed on the spot. The motorbike the duo was riding hit the road divider at KITSW area due to over speeding, the police said.

At Jangaon, a 50-year-old person identified as Narayana, was killed on the spot while two others were injured when a speeding auto rickshaw hit a stationary auto at Shamirpet on the outskirts of the town.

In Mahababubad district, 40-year0old woman called Tejawath Padma was killed when she accidentally came under the wheels of a moving train at Dornakal junction while trying to board the train. She belongs to Bhadrachalam of Kothagudem district, the government railway police said.

At Matedu of Thorrur mandal in the above district, a speeding motorbike rammed into moving lorry, killing a youth called Tejavath Naresh (22) and the condition of pillion rider, Sudhakar was said to be serious. The injured was shifted to a private hospital at Thorrur. They both belong to Balya Thanda in Maripeda mandal in the district.

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