Six killed in two road accidents in Tamil Nadu. Chennai News – Times of India

Cuddalore: Six people, including four of a family, were killed and two others injured in two separate accidents in Cuddalore. Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu,
Police said Mathivanan, 35, of Mannarkudi in Tiruvarur district, his wife M Kousalya, 32, their 18-month-old daughter M Sara, father-in-law J Durairaj, 52 and mother-in-law D Davamani, 55, were returning to a car Monday morning after attending a relative’s wedding at Vadapalani in Chennai.
The Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation was speeding when the car crossed Avadi village near Tittakudi on the Chennai-Trichy National Highway. Bus A car going from Chennai to Trichy was hit from behind. Mathivanan, who was driving the vehicle, lost control of the vehicle, which crashed into a roadside tree.
Mathivanan, his wife, daughter and mother-in-law died on the spot. Her father-in-law has suffered serious injuries in the accident.
The car was completely shattered in the accident. A fire and rescue service team from Veppur along with Highway Patrol and Ramanatham police reached the spot, recovered four bodies from the mutilated remains of the car and sent them to Government Villupuram Medical College Hospital for postmortem. He rescued the injured person and admitted him to Veppur Government Hospital.
Ramanatham police booked 45-year-old TNSTC bus driver P Ramesh of Lalgudi under sections 279 (rash driving on a public road), 337 (causing danger to life or personal safety of others) and 304-A ( Cause of death by negligence) has been registered. of the Indian Penal Code and detained him for questioning.
Two people died and another was injured after a car hit them on Sunday night truck Proceeding in the same direction near Tittakudi.
The deceased have been identified as P Karthik, 30, of Vyasarpady in Chennai and his friend D Shanmugam, 27, of Tiruvallur district. The injured has been identified as P Senthilkumar, 35, of Tiruvallur district.
The accident happened when Karthik and two of his friends were going to Veppur to meet a friend.
Tittakudi police have registered a case under sections 279, 337 and 304A of the IPC against the truck driver, who fled after the accident, and have launched a search for him.