Tempo-lorry collide near Dharwad bypass; more than 10 dead


Team Udayavani, Jan 15, 2021, 9:43 AM IST

Dharwad: A collision between a tempo and a lorry near Itigatti in taluk here has killed more than ten people and injured many on January 15.

The severely injured have been rushed to the Dharwad district hospital.

Many dead are still stuck in the vehicle and the police are trying to remove them.

Rural police station officials are at the spot overseeing the operation.

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