One Dies, Several Injured in Bus-Container Truck Collision at Nanthur Junction

One Dies, Several Injured in Bus-Container Truck Collision at Nanthur Junction

Mangaluru:  One died and several passengers were injured in a Bus-Container Truck collision at Nanthur Junction here on December 7.

The deceased has been identified as Kavitha  (50), from Gurpur.

According to the police, the PTC city bus was plying from Bikkarnakatte towards Hampankatta. At Nanthur Junction a Container Truck from Gujarat plying towards Pumpwell from Panambur collided into the bus.

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In the incident, the Container driver and the passengers on the bus have been injured. A priest who was passing on his car was also injured.

Traffic Police from Kadri station have registered a case and are investigating.

1 Comment

  1. Almost every PTC Bus is life threat to other vehicles. There is one going to Neermarga which do not have rules of the Road. The speed of this Vehicle is so bad around Circle in front of the Panchayat Office building,one of these days,Office will become a drive through for PTC Bus.

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