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City bus accident; 10 injured

At least ten people sustained injury when a city bus rammed into an auto rickshaw along with a two wheeler in Guwahati on Thursday.
The tragic accident took place at around 11 in the morning at the busy Paltanbazar area when a Ganeshguri bound city bus rammed into a two wheeler after the driver lost his control over it.
A college student who was sitting on the stranded two wheeler received serious injury to be rushed to the GMCH where he is battling for life.
Then it again rammed into an auto rickshaw before halting beside the Vishal Mega Mart. Three people who were travelling on the ill fated auto rickshaw also sustained injury.
Seven other passenger who sustained serious injury are battling for life at the MMC and GMC Hospitals.     

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The student name is Ajoy Kumar Das, he is a Guwahati city office secretary of akhil bharatiya vidyarthi parishad (ABVP). Now he is admitted in Gnrc Sixmile.

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