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Five killed as bus catches fire in Karnataka

Five killed as bus catches fire in Karnataka
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Bengaluru, Aug 12 (PTI) At least five people, including

three children, were charred to death and many others

sustained burns when a Benglauru bound bus they were

travelling in caught fire on a national highway in Chitradurga

district on Wednesday morning.

"Five people have died after a bus caught fire on

National Highway 4 at about 3.30 am. The bus was on the way

from Bijapur to Bengaluru," a police officer said.

The deceased have not been identified, he said adding a

few others have been hospitalised.

He suspected that the vehicle was parked by the road side

when it caught fire. PTI GMS

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Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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