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Kaup: Ambulance ferrying patient involved in serial accident


Team Udayavani, Dec 26, 2020, 4:58 PM IST

Kaup: An ambulance that was ferrying an accident victim got involved in a serial accident near Muloor on Saturday, December 16.

The victim identified as Beeru had reportedly been hit by a car and he was being taken to the hospital in an ambulance when the serial accident involving a car and lorry occurred near Muloor.

Following the accident, Kaup traffic police officers arrived at the spot and cleared the traffic.

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