Mangaluru: Moving car catches fire suddenly, turns beyond repair


Yashodhara Bangera

Daijiworld Media Network- Moodbidri (RJP)

Moodbidri, Dec 15: A moving car caught fire suddenly on Wednesday December 14, at Sampige near here. The car is beyond any repair, as per eye witnesses.

Naveen, who works as physical teacher at Alva’s in Moodbidri, was on his way to the College from his residence at Sampige. The moving car suddenly caught fire on the way. Though the fire brigade arrived in few minutes, the car was completely burnt by then. They could only save it from ashes.

The reason for the sudden fire is not known yet.

  

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  • Sarvesh, Karwar

    Fri, Dec 16 2016

    It's high time now for automobile industry in India to look for adapting new measures in terms of vehicle securities everyday one or other news we come across which has become more often of these vehicle break downs ..

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  • Arjun, Suratkal

    Thu, Dec 15 2016

    Is that a Indica?

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  • Kusuma Kumari G Nellore, Kodyadka

    Thu, Dec 15 2016

    Happy that passenger is safe. All cars must have good safety system against fire Esecially fuses etc must eb good. In the end though the car is beyond repair the passenger is safe Praise the lord

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  • Elangovan, Rameshwaram

    Thu, Dec 15 2016

    PT TEACHER HATRA CAR AA ?? DODD MANSHA

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  • MMS, Moodbidri

    Thu, Dec 15 2016

    Hey Man, car is now a days common with everybody, what special in it? buying, driving is not a problem, but its maintenance is a big burden for the common people that's it. time to time maintenance if not done this kind of incidents may happen, what do you say?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Dec 15 2016

    Thank God Naveen is safe ...

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