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6 killed, 28 injured in bus accident in Nepal

Five of the seriously injured passengers will be airlifted to Kathmandu for treatment, said SP

6 killed, 28 injured in bus accident in Nepal

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Kathmandu, March 12

At least six people, including three women, were killed and 28 others injured on Sunday when a bus they were travelling in crashed into a hillside in Nepal’s Sindhuli district.

The bus carrying 34 passengers from Okhaldhunga to Kathmandu met with the accident in Phikkal Rural Municipality-4 along the Mid-Hill Highway, The Kathmandu Post newspaper reported.

Three men and three women died on the spot, police said.

According to the preliminary investigation, the accident occurred when the bus crashed into the hillside after the driver lost control of the vehicle, said Deputy Superintendent of Police Chiranjeevi Dahal.

The injured passengers have been shifted to Khurkot Hospital.

Five of the seriously injured passengers will be airlifted to Kathmandu for treatment, said Superintendent of Police Raj Kumar Silwal.

The bus driver is on the run, police said.

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