Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central District) Shweta Chauhan inspects the damaged bus after it got collided with two other vehicles, at Salimgarh flyover, in New Delhi, on Monday. Image Credit: ANI

New Delhi: Around 29 persons including 25 children were injured after vehicles including four school buses collided with each other near Indira Gandhi Stadium in Delhi on Monday morning.

According to a senior police official, a police control room (PCR) call regarding an accident at Salimgarh flyover, was received in IP Estate police station at 10.57am. following which, police teams reached the spot.

On the spot, four buses, one auto, one car and one bike were found in accidental condition.

"During initial enquiry it is found that there were 216 school students in all four buses. About 25 students and three school staff and one public person were injured in this accident," said the official.

According to the police, legal action is also being taken in the matter, officials said.

"The PCR vans shifted all injured to LNJP Hospital. The injured are being given treatment at LNJP hospital and legal action is being taken accordingly," the official added.