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Udupi: Gravel loaded minitruck falls on car; passengers escape unhurt


Team Udayavani, Apr 23, 2021, 4:43 PM IST

Manipal: An incident of a minitruck loaded with gravel falling on a car was reported from Syndicate Circle here.

Luckily none of the passengers sustained any injury. The minitruck was damaged, while the car only suffered minor damages on its front in the mishap.

The accident occurred when the car and the minitruck were going to Manipal from Udupi.

 

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