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Hassan: Two buses collide – two women dead, many from Mangaluru injured


Daijiworld Media Network – Hassan 

Hassan, Dec 5: Collision of two buses in Hassan at around 3 am on Tuesday, December 5 has claimed lives of two women.

The KSRTC bus (KA 19 F 2980) was driven by Dinaker and was plying from Udupi to Bengaluru. When the bus reached Yedhaguru cross near Hassan, a Durgamba bus (KA 51 D 7177) plying from Bengaluru to Mangaluru collided with it.

Two women Fathima Sameera (28) from Chengala near Kasargod travelling in the KSRTC bus and Yashodha (44) travelling in the Durgamba bus, died on the spot. 



Over 10 people who were commuting in both the buses have sustained injuries and were rushed to Mangala hospital for treatment.

The injured persons include deceased Fathima’s father Abdul Salam (57) from Chengala, Vidya (50) from Kadri Mangaluru, Ravikumar (33 from Kabaka Puttur, Sathish Kamath (60) from Kadri Mangaluru, Naveen Prakash (35) from Bommabetta , Shanan (21) from Attavar Mangaluru and Narayana (40) from Malleshwaram.

A case has been registered in Alur police station.

Comment on this article

  • XYZ, DUBAI/MANGALORE

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    let us pray for constructing road with 4 lane so it can avoid accidents n save life for travelers

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    shocking to see the pictures and to hear it.we cant judge what is the cause.May be drivers were after a long drive very tired?or a seconds sleep they say might be .after a long drive drivers fall asleep for a secsecond without their knowledge.and can result in a crash.sad for all ,two innocents are dead,many injred.even drivers have to shoulder the consequences.owners sowie so.May God give the familys of the deceased to bear the pain .Heartfelt sympathys to them .Let the injured get well soon.and may the souls of deceased ones rest in peace.

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  • Sadananda Amin, Krishnapura Suratkal

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    I dont understand why drivers are using high beam ?It will make you blind.For accident it is a matter of second.You can use in the highways but you put low beam when another vehicle is approaching.It must be banned.

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  • SUNNY DSOUZA, MARNIMIKATTE MANGALORE

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    RIP so sad

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  • J.F.D SOUZA, Attavar, Mangalore

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    alchohol plus talking on mobile phones leads to such accidents. RIP

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  • devaraj, Mangaluru

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    RIP,
    First of all ban the extra head lights used by private buses, which causes complete blindness for on coming vehicles.

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  • Agee, India - UAE

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    Very sad... RIP Sameera and Yoshodha

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  • JNB, Mangalore-Mumbai

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    RIP,
    Get well soon injured,
    Total fiber body of buses no safety at all.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    Nowadays most drivers take alcohol while driving. Then buses should not run with a single driver throughout the journey. Between 3am and 6 am.buses should not run. Mostly they sleep for a second.

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  • Theresa Lobo, Mukamar,Sharjah - U.A.E.

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    Sad Incident. May their Souls Rest in Peace.

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    This is nothing but negligence..
    Both the drivers should be jailed...

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  • Abdul kader, Kasaragod

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    RIP, one lady from KASARAGOD.

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  • david, mangalore

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    some people Never change, sad people die for no fault of their

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  • NM, Mangalore

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    Very easy to blame the bus drivers now... But who is going to construct the 4 lane highway? RIP to the passengers who lost their lives.

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  • Vivek, Bangalore

    Thu, Dec 7 2017

    Fatal accidents are happening frequently on the 4-lane Nelamangala-Hassan & 6-lane Nelamangala-Bangalore expressway due to rash & negligent driving. Road travel is inherently unsafe & accident prone, thanks to our negligent & junglee drivers. While the govt. is keen pushing Bharatmala highway projects to support the bus/truck lobby, same enthusiasm is not seen in doubling/quadrupling of Mangalore-Bangalore railway line that could have reduced travel time & also provided a safe journey for thousands of passengers travelling between these two cities.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    Let us Pray ...

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