Tamil Nadu Road Accident: A sad news came out from Nilgiri hill district of Tamil Nadu last night. Under this, 9 people have been reported dead due to a bus carrying tourists falling into a ditch. More than 30 people have been badly injured in this horrific accident. According to the information received, the deceased were residents of Kadayam in Tenkasi district. Till last night the number of dead was 8, which has increased to 9 in the late morning. The local administration is investigating the matter and is engaged in relief work and is sharing updates at every moment.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin has expressed grief over this accident and also announced financial assistance for the dead and injured.
Passengers were going from Coonoor to Tenkasi
Let us tell you that there were about 60 passengers in this bus who were going from Coonoor to Tenkasi. Most of the passengers were residents of Tenkasi district. It is being said that during this time, due to the bus driver losing control, the bus went out of control and fell into the ditch, causing this horrific accident. So far, 9 people have died and more than 30 people are injured in this accident. All the injured have been admitted to the hospital for treatment. The administration team is continuously active in this matter and is busy saving people by completing relief work.
CM M.K. Stalin expressed grief
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin has expressed grief over this bus accident. He has announced financial assistance of Rs 2 lakh for those killed in this bus accident. Apart from this, it has been announced to provide financial assistance of Rs 1 lakh for seriously injured people and Rs 50,000 for moderately injured people. Apart from this, investigation of the matter is going on and the reason for this will be known after the investigation report comes.
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