Katapadi: Pedestrian injured after being hit by express bus


Team Udayavani, Apr 6, 2024, 8:41 PM IST

A pedestrian sustained serious injuries after being hit by an express bus at Katapadi on National Highway 66 on Saturday evening.

The injured, identified as Kumar, resides in a rented house in the locality. He is said to be a member of a music band.

Locals immediately rushed Kumar to a hospital in Udupi for treatment.

Traffic on the highway was disrupted due to the accident. Katapadi police personnel reached the accident spot and conducted an inspection.

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