BIHAR: Six students killed in road accident, angry locals torch ambulances over absence of doctors

| Monday, April 20, 2015 - 13:14
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Road accident deaths triggers violent protest

BIHAR: In a heartbreaking incident in Bihar, six students have been killed in Siwan district in a road accident along with two others injured admitted in a local hospital.

The accident took place on Monday morning when the students were on their way to coaching class and their auto rickshaw collided with a mini bus. 

While six of them died on the spot, two injured students were taken to a nearby hospital. According to the locals claim, no doctors were present at the hospital when children were taken there. 

Furious over the non-availability of the doctors, a group of local residents set two ambulances on fire near the hospital. 

It was then followed by a violent protest outside the hospital. Senior police officers are presently at the spot to control the ongoing situation.

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