KSRTC bus – tipper collision leaves many injured


Team Udayavani, Oct 23, 2019, 4:20 PM IST

Bantwal: Many passengers of a KSRTC bus were injured after a tipper collided head-on with the bus at Kambalabettu near Vittal on Wednesday October 23.

The bus was proceeding towards Vitla from Puttur and the tipper lorry was passing in the opposite direction when they collided head-on at Kambalabettu. The driver of the bus has sustained serious injuries while, the passengers narrowly escaped with minor injuries.

Some injured passengers were treated at Vitla Community Health Centre while some others have been shifted to a hospital in Puttur.

 

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