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Truck laden with poultry feed catches fire, two injured


Team Udayavani, Apr 29, 2020, 11:55 AM IST

Bantwala: Two people were injured after the truck laden with poultry feed rammed into the compound wall of after catching fire on Wednesday, April 29 at Marnabailu near Melkar.

The injured are the driver and an assistant in the truck. They were admitted to a private hospital at Mangaluru.

However, it is not yet clear whether the truck transporting poultry feed from a company at Kandur caught fire after colliding against the electric pole or with the compound wall.

The Bantwal fire service personnel rushed to the spot immediately and successfully preventing the truck from being reduced to ashes.

Melkar traffic sub-inspector Rajesh K V too visited the spot and took further action.

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