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Udupi: Bus crew takes ailing passenger to hospital, saves a life


Team Udayavani, Mar 17, 2020, 10:05 AM IST

Udupi: A bus driver of Sri Devi Prasad Motors’ saved a man’s life, who suffered a seizure on Monday, March 16.

A passenger travelling in the city bus going towards Perampalli suffered a seizure and was immediately taken to the Dr A. V. Baliga Memorial Hospital at Doddangudde here by the bus crew.

The incident happened at a little over 5 pm in the evening. The bus was near Gundibail when the passenger suffered a seizure and collapsed. The bus then diverted towards the hospital.

Bus conductor Abhishek and driver of the bus Satish’s quick response to this medical emergency have been much appreciated by the locals.

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