Woman injured in car collision at Moodushedde junction; calls for improved bus stand facilities

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru

Mangaluru Feb 20: A woman sustained serious injuries after a car collided with her at Moodushedde junction on Tuesday, February 20.

Reports indicate that a minor was behind the wheel of the car. Mamatha, a resident of Moodushedde, was waiting for a bus at the junction when the accident occurred, allegedly due to the minor's negligent driving.

In addition to concerns about road safety, members of the public are calling for the establishment of a fully equipped bus stand at Moodushedde. The absence of a proper bus stand has led to significant inconvenience for passengers, with many forced to wait along the roadside to catch buses.

Authorities from the Panambur traffic police visited the scene to investigate the incident.





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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Tue, Feb 20 2024

    Impound the car & jail the owner of the car ...

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Tue, Feb 20 2024

    third world country..third class infrastructure...highly corrupt and non-efficient nhai officials...country working totally on ram bharose.....icing on the cake is the nutkat naraad guru of the country who has turned this into a HUCCHARA JAATHRE....

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  • Sainik, Mangalore

    Tue, Feb 20 2024

    I agree with you totally, India is indeed 3rd world country since independence and will continue to be till people continue to elect people based on religion. Spitting, peeing, killing, fighting, Moral policing has all been normalized in the 3rd world country. Hygiene is alien thing here.

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