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Thursday, May 10, 2012 2:45:40 PM (IST)  

Udupi: Lorry Mishap at Nittoor - Five Critically Injured

Sheeja Moodubelle
Pics: Hemanath Padubidri
Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi

 Udupi, May 10: Two Lorries collided with each other while overtaking a bus near the government high school at Hanumant Nagar, Nittoor. The accident took place in the morning around 7.15 am.

Five persons have been critically injured. The lorry driver was trying to overtake and hit the Durgaprasad bus, which was coming from Kundapur towards Mangalore from behind. On the opposite side, another lorry hit the over taking vehicle (Lorrie), which was hailing from Tamil Nadu.

The third lorry, out of panic, hit the compound wall of Anant Kumar Gulwadi. Fortunately, nothing much got damanged. There was only a tulsi pedestal beside the wall and a coconut tree .

The passers-by and neighbours helped the drivers out who were stuck inside the cabin of the lorry. 



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Comments on this article
jamil ahmed, udupi/qatar
Thursday, May 10, 2012

A strong suggestion for the National High way authorities to implement "Formula 1" Track on the nation High way.

Are these rubbish drivers playing with the life of the people that, who are hailing from Tamil Nadu.

 
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