Udupi: ‘Speeding’ car overturns near Ambagilu


Team Udayavani, Jun 14, 2024, 8:42 AM IST

Udupi: A car traveling from Bhatkal towards Mangaluru overturned near the Ambagilu Fish Market late on the night of Thursday, June 13.

The car was reportedly moving at very high speed, which may have led to the accident.

The driver lost control of the vehicle near Ambagilu. Fortunately, the four occupants of the car escaped with minor injuries.

No complaint has been filed at the time of publishing this report. The police have arrived at the scene and are conducting an investigation.

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