Mangaluru: Serial accident at Pumpwell – Three sustain injuries

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Jul 9: In a serial accident which took place near Pumpwell on Tuesday, July 9, three people sustained minor injuries.

A lorry coming from Nanthoor towards Pumpwell lost control and banged into a car.

The car rammed into another two cars.

Traffic was interrupted for a while. Traffic police east registered a case.


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  • Prajwal, iraq

    Wed, Jul 10 2019

    Right rack end cut ayina gaadi.... left yencha poyini....

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  • Jebin, dubai

    Wed, Jul 10 2019

    It might not be the lorry who lost control..
    Its the DRIVER... Overspeeding and Negligence..

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  • Rama, USA

    Wed, Jul 10 2019

    The Highway that runs through Nanthoor needs to be redirected closer to the coastal line. That will reserve city roads for city traffic only. Pumpwell is not adequate to handle city traffic and highway traffic.

    Instead of spending money on flyover, the engineers should have found a way to build a highway on the coastal line. Someshwara, Ullala, Bengre and Tannir bavi beach area would be a ideal line for highway. The city should be spared from highway traffic. We are Kurigalu Saar Kurigalu

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  • Sunil, Nantoor

    Tue, Jul 9 2019

    Lorryda rack end cut aad Side pull aad aatini marre rackless driving ath.. otrashi vishya gothavande comment manpodchi.

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  • Brayan, Manglore, Valencia

    Tue, Jul 9 2019

    Reckless driving by the heavy vehicle is common in India go to the place where they test your driveing you will get to know ,and first all there is a law the all heavy vehicle going trucks have a time mainly at night ,and commonly the truck driver s are intoxicated and guess what you end up with a crash it's not only for truck driver but safety,and traffic rule of speed limit should followed by each and everyone on the road safety for you and others.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 9 2019

    Nowadays illiterate and uneducated young persons are getting driving license easily.

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  • Mangalorean, Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 9 2019

    @G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore, That means earlier only educated / literate people used drive??? We have to control our urge to comment with bias on anything deemed "Other"(class/caste/religion/state/gender). By the way education means one can read/write, doesn't necessarily mean one has wisdom!

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Jul 9 2019

    Pump-well is Jinxed ...

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  • Minu, Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 9 2019

    Please don't say this. This will create fear in the minds of people. The only reason such incidents and collisions take place is because people are irresponsible and do not care about the outcome of any decisions made. Speaking Psychologically this can even happen in frustration and anger. Also do not forget, driving under the influence of alcohol. My Mangalore is a beautiful place and will forever be like this. A proud Kannadiga

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