It was only after an hour that a bus stopped and with "It was only after an hour that a bus stopped and with their help we reached the local police station and by that time it was around 5 am," she said. Osmanabad Guardian Minister Madhukar Chavan and District Collector Praveen Gedam visited the accident site to take stock of the situation. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy has expressed grief over the mishap and has directed Chief Secretary Pankaj Dwivedi to help the injured. A team of medical and government officials from Andhra Pradesh is in Maharashtra to help the injured and make arrangements to bring the bodies to Hyderabad, Commissioner, Information and Public Relations R V Chandravadan said. Meanwhile, anxious family members of the victims rushed to the office of the travel agency to find out the condition of their relatives. So far, only six deceased have been identified based on their I-cards, said Chandravadan. About 14 Tata Consultancy Service (TCS) employees were travelling in the bus. "We came to know about the sad news through TV channels. Around 14-16 TCS employees were travelling in the bus. We have sent our people from Pune and Hyderabad to the hospitals (where injured are admitted)," TCS Vice-President (Andhra Pradesh) V Rajanna said. "We are in touch with the local police who informed us that four of our employees were injured and were undergoing treatment at a hospital in Solapur, where their condition was out of danger," he added.