Kasargod: Driver succumbs to heart attack in running bus but protects passengers  

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Kasargod, Feb 18: In a tragic incident in Kuntageradka near Chewar, a bus driver passed away due to a heart attack while driving. Fortunately, the quick actions of the driver prevented a major disaster, and all passengers remained unharmed.

The deceased, Abdul Rahman (42), a resident of Chewar Kuntageradka, was driving a bus on the Dharmatadka-Kasargod route. The incident occurred at 10 am on a Sunday morning.

As the bus reached Permude Junction, Rahman experienced chest pain. He alighted from the bus and sought help, drinking water from a nearby shop. Despite driving for another three kilometers, the bus came to a stop at Chewar Kuntageradka, and Rahman, sensing his condition, paused for a few minutes.

The driver's decision to stop the bus undoubtedly prevented a major disaster. The engine was still running when the incident occurred. Passengers and bystanders rushed Rahman to a hospital in Bandiyod, but sadly, he had already succumbed to the heart attack. The bus had over 30 passengers, including women and children, at the time of the incident.

Abdul Rahman had been working as a bus driver for several years.


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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Mon, Feb 19 2024

    Rest in Peace ...

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Mon, Feb 19 2024

    great noble deed before dying...hope the kerala govt will give his family a job or at least compensation for his brave act just before passing away.....

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Feb 19 2024

    Very sad.Even during his last hours he remained as a Hero by not driving but stopped the bus.May his soul rest in peace.Heartfelt sympathy to his family.If anyone feels any chest pain ,kindly dont be active and walk go forwards ,stay there and ask someone to bring help.Thats more dangerous walking or go to drink water etc.He still drove 3kilometer?Was not good.

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  • Sabinalilly, Mlore

    Sun, Feb 18 2024

    May God grant peace to his soul.

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 18 2024

    RIP. Even pilots are dying ? Following quoted and referenced article on global research says so... "Pilot Deaths: Four Fully COVID-19 Vaccinated Singapore Airlines Pilots Died Suddenly in May 2023" Ref: https://www.globalresearch.ca/pilot-deaths-four-fully-covid-19-vaccinated-singapore-airlines-pilots-died-suddenly-may-2023/5821628

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  • Axl Noronha, Surathkal/Melbourne

    Mon, Feb 19 2024

    Please stop showing the world your ignorance and stop peddling false news here. Shame on you. RIP dear Abdul bhai. You are a hero!

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Feb 19 2024

    Daniel Mangalore kindly be sensible towards the family of the deceased.Your numbers and knowledge? let it aside.How would you find if someone writes to you in case of any unluck in your family?Find it good?And with that maths will the dead benifit ?

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 19 2024

    Rita, People should be aware otherwise eugenics elite bring out more boosters more new new viruses and more deadlier than virus vaacines sending many many more to graves same time loot or rake billions!

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