The condition of four of the students who were injured in a bus-train collision at an unmanned railway crossing in Telangana last week, continued to be “very, very critical”, doctors said today.
“While four patients are in a very, very critical condition, two patients are critical and are being observed closely,” doctors at a private hospital here said.
Two others are stable, but put under observation and 12 others are stable and they are being shifted to ward today, they said.
Sixteen persons – 14 school children, the driver of the private school bus and the cleaner – were killed and 20 students injured when a passenger train hit a bus at an unmanned railway crossing at Masaipet village in Medak district on July 24.
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