Two Bengaluru schoolchildren killed, one injured after being mowed down by speeding government bus

Two school students died and another injured after they were mowed down by a speeding government bus in Bengaluru Tuesday, police said.

Press Trust of India December 18, 2018 19:01:38 IST
Two Bengaluru schoolchildren killed, one injured after being mowed down by speeding government bus

Bengaluru: Two school students died and another injured after they were mowed down by a speeding government bus in Bengaluru Tuesday, police said.

The victims were on the way to their school when the bus coming from behind fatally knocked them down, they said.

Following the incident, irate students blocked the road to protest the reckless driving.

The injured student was admitted to a private hospital where his condition is said to be stable, police said.

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