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Saturday, October 15, 2011 1:35:05 AM (IST)  

Mangalore-Mumbai Bus Meets with Accident at Ankola - Four Dead

Mangalore-Mumbai Bus Meets with Accident at Ankola - Four Dead

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore

Mangalore, Oct 15: Ankola police have now confirmed that four passengers on the ill-fated Mangalore-Mumbai VRL private bus that met with an accident on Friday October 14 night, have been killed.

Initial reports suggested that seven passengers were feared dead in the accident that occured on a bridge about 12 km away from Ankola in Uttara Kannada district on Friday, at around 10.15 pm.

Three of the deceased are 10-year-old Rajith and 7-year-old Rishitha, both children of Jayaram from Mulky, and 23-year-old Kumari Shraddha Umesh from Mumbai.

The bus departed from Mangalore at 1 pm and was on its way to Mumbai via Moodbidri and Karkala.

The accident took place near Kodlugadde on Ankola-Yellapur road on national highway 63. The cause of the accident has not yet been ascertained. It is suspected that the bus might have hit the protective wall of the bridge, however, another source said that a lorry plying from the opposite direction hit the bus.

There were 37 passengers in the bus. Initial reports stated that four of them died on the spot, while other three breathed their last on the way to hospital. A few of them who fell into the river managed to swim to safety, it is learnt.

Police sources said that several have been injured, and that the condition of at least five of them is critical.

The injured have been shifted to Yellapur and Hubli hospitals. A few who survived the accident, walked along some distance and managed to call the police and emergency services. No mobile network is available at the spot of the accident.

The locals also helped in the rescue mission. The accident led to traffic snarls for some time.

Police rushed to the spot and rescue operations are on.

The names of the deceased and the injured are not immediately available.



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Comments on this article
Titmas, saudi
Sunday, December 02, 2012

MY HEARTLY CONDOLENCE TO MR. ALEX FERNANDES WHO DIED IN ACCIDENT ON 30/12/2012 NEAR ANKOLA ON BANGALORE GOA BUS. MAY GOD GIVE HIS FAMILY STRENTH 0F HOLY SPIRIT

TITMAS FERNSNDES
SIRSI

sneha, mumbai
Tuesday, January 03, 2012

ma mom ws in d bus...she lost her ryt arm n a gal sitin nxt2her diedn 2 childrn bhnd her also died..d incidnt changd ma whole familys lyf

Aniket, Mumbai
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

I was a part of the entire thing.. Shraddha one my closest friend was sitting next to me... I am still not able to digest the fact I lost one of my most sweet lovable caring sweetheart... No words can replace the pain... :(

Satyajit Shetty, Mangalore/Bangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Its really unfortunate to lose lives .And there is no point in blaming drivers for this .It could have been me or my family also ,as we also take this bus from mumbai to mangalore.

But what is more sad is that even though these buses are ultra safe from the outside in terms of absorbing impacts and other features,most injuries happen because people are thrown around in the event of a crash.And seat belts can prevent this .The same buses sold outside india have seat belts for all passengers ,but here in India ,we hardly see one .Its time ,we have laws in place that make these safety measures compulsory ! And its wrong to blame drivers .It is also the duty of passengers to stop drivers if they are driving rash ,than wait for a big accident to happen !

Aarthi, Mumbai
Sunday, October 16, 2011

This news came as a shock...Rest in peace Chinu (shraddha)...

shalaka mane, mumbai
Sunday, October 16, 2011

i m d cousin of shraddha mane who died in this accident,i dont know how this iccident took place but our lose is irreparable and left a huge empty space in our heart which will never b occupied by anyone.We love u shraddha

Dafny, Mumbai
Sunday, October 16, 2011

I had my mom and grandma who were on this bus all thanks to god that they have survived with minor injuries.

May God rest all the departed souls in peace.

pratiksha, mulky/mumbai
Sunday, October 16, 2011

i m cousin sister of rajith n rishita. v belong 2 same family.v used 2 play 2gether was so fond of them. can stil hear their voices calling me akka...akkaa...y god was so rude 2 them..they were just kids..rajith rishita u left us but ur memories will never die..may ur soul r.i.p..will miss u..

Divya.R, Thumbe
Sunday, October 16, 2011

Heartfelt condolences.Really hurt me a lot...

Satish Anchan, currently in us
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Heartfelt condolences for Jaya whose two kids lost their lives in this tragic accident. We are very close to the family and can feel the pain they must be going through. May god give them strength to bear this devastating loss.

Ajith, M'lore
Saturday, October 15, 2011

It is not the bus driver or the owner wanting the people in the bus to die the bus is a very big investment and only few people can manage this business.Kindly correct your self.

shalini salian, mangalore
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Really sad news. While boarding the ill fated bus in mangalore, the passengers must not have had faintest idea of what was awaiting them. reckless and negligent driving lead to such accidents and the sufferers are the common man who get stuck up in isolated places with no help coming for hours. very sorry for the dead and hope the injured recover soon.

Robert Lewis, Brahmavar\Bahrain
Saturday, October 15, 2011

It is a shocking news. I pray to Almighty God for speedy recovery of injured and my heartfelt condolence to departed souls.

John DSilva, Karkala/Mumbai
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Its a new sad news. My heartfelt cond0lence to the bearaved and sympathy to the injured.The name of the Bus is missing. It is difficult to identify the passengers involved. It is sad to note that immediate relief has not been provided,otherwise people would have got quick medical relief.

JERRY BONDEL, BONDEL / MANGALORE
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Its a shocking news. Heartly condolence to the departed souls. I pray for the sppedy recovery of the injured.

anamika, Mangalore
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Mr. Nagesh Nayak.. it's funny to blame the bus owner and the poor maintenance. I strongly doubt about the involvement of Italian Led UPA govt behind this accident...

Shalini, Mangalore/Mumbai
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Good sensible comments by nagesh nayak, bangalore for the 1st tym...

Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Good sensible comments by nagesh nayak, bangalore.

Apart from your comments in this, I also add, there should be good roads without any path holes and free from road damage which hinders smooth vehicle movement. Unfortunately we do not have good roads.

Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Good sensible comments by nagesh nayak, bangalore.

Apart from your comments in this, I also add, there should be good roads without any path holes and free from road damage which hinders smooth vehicle movement. Unfortunately we do not have good roads.

Ahmed, Mangalore
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Real sad news. All the departed souls Rest In Peace.
nagesh nayak, Bangalore, people don't hate you, they hate your non-sense comments. Atleast here we can see votes of "like" for his sensible comments. have a nice day nagesh nayak.

Noor, Mangalore/Kuwait
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Thank God Nagesh Mava not blaming Sonia this time, very sensible comments. Jai ho ?

Chandrashekar Shetty, Surathkal / Kuwait
Saturday, October 15, 2011

It is really a very sad news. Normally Mangalore / Mumbai route drivers are well trained and are much safer than Mangalore/Udupi Express drivers. May be truck derivers fault.

Lancelot N Tauro, Manglore - Doha Qatar
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Very sad News. It's a Tragedy. GOD rest the departed soul in peace. Pray for the speedy recovery of passenger critically injured.

shetty, moodbidri
Saturday, October 15, 2011

o god

Joel Fernandes, Mangalore
Saturday, October 15, 2011

It is indeed sad and tragic. May the souls of the departed, rest in peace and may the injured recover soon.
If it was the 1PM bus Via Moodbidri and Karkal, it is VRL. I just travelled by that bus on Sunday. Usually, the drivers are well trained and quite safe in their driving etiquette. I guess the truck could have been at fault as everyone knows, at night the truck drivers go off to sleep leaving the cleaner at the wheel. Thorough investigation needs to be made in this regard.

Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Extermely sorry for the departed soul. Bus acccident always reminds me of one incident,when I was travelling from Udupi to Brahmavar by local bus.Driver was drunk and bus was jam packed.Though it was local bus,it was flying like a jet.Bus driver lost control near Uppoor bridge.It hit mile stones and fell down after the bridge(luckily).6-7 feet down.Three people were dead.I was taken to Manipal hospital with fractured nose,and wrist along with 50 other patients.Actually I was discharged from hospital for minor surgery and coming back to Brahavar.Now re-admitted to same hospital,same ward, same bed ! History repeats ! 23 years back..Nostalgia..

nagesh nayak, bangalore
Friday, October 14, 2011

VERY VERY SAD NEWS.

THERE IS NO GUARANTEE OF REACHING HOME OR DESTINATION SAFELY.

NOWADAYS ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENNING @ HIGHER RATES.

BUS DRIVER, BUS OWNERS SHOULD BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCIDENT.

RECKLESS DRIVING & NON MAINTAINANCE OF VEHICLE ARE THE ROOT CAUSE IN MAJORITY CASES OF ACCIDENT .


Amin Bhoja, kkuh/ riyadh
Friday, October 14, 2011

It is a sad news indeed.Accident happens but care should be taken at the most.Always speed,it kills.Proper investgation is must to improve the situation further.My heartfelt condolence to the deceased family.

Akki, Mangalore
Friday, October 14, 2011

Very sad news... You leave home and you are not sure you will reach your destination. In Karnataka we pay maximum road tax.. In return we get bad roads, narrow roads, over speeding vehicles.. Will it ever improve..

peter, india/israel
Friday, October 14, 2011

i am soory to hear.some need to action.because this is not new but last few month it was little less. may GOD Bless all family who had injured, also the rest in pece who had pas away,thank you.

Agee, India - UAE
Friday, October 14, 2011

Scary.. cant ruled out driver might be drunk or sleepy..

Nischal, Belman / Muscat
Friday, October 14, 2011

This is very sad news. May All departed Souls Rest in Peace. May God give courages to the bereaved families.

Shekar Moily Padebettu, Udipi
Friday, October 14, 2011

It is very unfortunate.May God rest all the departed souls in rest.Hearty condolence to the bereaved family and pray speedy recovery for the injured passengers.

Ronnie Braganza,
Friday, October 14, 2011

Really sad news, the culprit our bad narrow roads.

Jhony, Mulky
Friday, October 14, 2011

Very sad news. what is the bus company name?

suhed, mangalore
Friday, October 14, 2011

I was also on the same path last night on other bus. Condolences to the dead.

Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore/Mapusa/ Mumbai
Friday, October 14, 2011

May the departed souls RIP.

Wilfred, Pernal/Dubai
Friday, October 14, 2011

Very SAD News...........I remembered my Journey in this route M'lore - mumbai.

ALPHONS RODRIGUES, UJIRE ISRAEL
Friday, October 14, 2011

VERY SAD NEWS GOD GIVE BLESS ALL FAMILY AND THANKS DAIJI FAST NEWS..

Salim, Udupi
Friday, October 14, 2011

Very sad news.

 
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