Udupi: Bus crashes into Seva Sindhu Centre after technical snag


Team Udayavani, Oct 11, 2020, 1:32 PM IST

Brahmavara: Passengers of a private bus escaped with minor injuries after it rammed into the Seva Sindhu centre here on Sunday, October 11 following a technical snag.

Fortunately, on account of the Sunday holiday, no one was present at the centre which otherwise sees a huge queue of people for various services such as Aadhar registration etc.

As per reports, the staff at the bus depot had push-started the bus. The bus suddenly gathered momentum and though the driver applied brakes it did not stop and crashed into the centre.

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The Seva Sindhu centre, as well as the bus, suffered damage in the mishap.

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