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Three minors crushed under train in Jharkhand

Press Trust of India  |  Dhanbad (J'khand) 

Three boys were today crushed to death under the wheels of Delhi-Kalka Mail between Thapar Nagar and Mugma railway stations here, police said.

The incident occurred when the boys -- all aged between 9 to 11 years -- were crossing the tracks to return home after playing cricket, they said.



Two other boys who were also returning with them informed the villagers about the incident, the police said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Three minors crushed under train in Jharkhand

Three boys were today crushed to death under the wheels of Delhi-Kalka Mail between Thapar Nagar and Mugma railway stations here, police said. The incident occurred when the boys -- all aged between 9 to 11 years -- were crossing the tracks to return home after playing cricket, they said. Two other boys who were also returning with them informed the villagers about the incident, the police said. Three boys were today crushed to death under the wheels of Delhi-Kalka Mail between Thapar Nagar and Mugma railway stations here, police said.

The incident occurred when the boys -- all aged between 9 to 11 years -- were crossing the tracks to return home after playing cricket, they said.

Two other boys who were also returning with them informed the villagers about the incident, the police said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Three minors crushed under train in Jharkhand

Three boys were today crushed to death under the wheels of Delhi-Kalka Mail between Thapar Nagar and Mugma railway stations here, police said.

The incident occurred when the boys -- all aged between 9 to 11 years -- were crossing the tracks to return home after playing cricket, they said.

Two other boys who were also returning with them informed the villagers about the incident, the police said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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