Published: Sun, October 22, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Eight die in TN bus stand roof collapse

Eight die in TN bus stand roof collapse

Nagapattinam District Collector C Suresh Kumar visited the spot and ordered an inquiry into the incident, local officials said. At the time of incident in the building were only employees of the Transport corporations of Tamil Nadu, the drivers and conductors of buses, which rested after the change. Three other TNSTC employees identified as Venkatesan, Senthil and Premkumar were rescued by the Thanrangambadi fire service station personnel and sent to the Karaikal GH for treatment.

Sleeping staffers were killed when the roof of a pre-Independence room of a bus depot collapsed on them in the early hours of Friday.

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The Hindu newspaper said the 65-year-old Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation building had developed cracks and needed fix.

The Chief Minister has also announced the provision of a government job for any one member of the family of the deceased in the Nagapattinam building collapse.

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Earlier, locals tried to block the auto of District Collector S Sureshkumar when he visited the spot, but were kept under control by the police.

Expressing deep grief at the deaths, BJP's Rajya Sabha member L.Ganesan said that the state government should take immediate steps to ensure such tragedies did not recur.

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