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Schoolgirl caught driving school transport van

2017-07-21 08:31:37
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The Kandana Police had caught a 17-year-old school girl, in uniform, driving a school van and had stopped the van and taken her into police custody yesterday (20).

The Traffic OIC of the Kandana Police had spotted the young school girl driving the vehicle and dropping off several students off at several schools in the area. He had followed the van and when she stopped to drop another batch of students off he had requested her to hand over her license and registration. When she admitted that she did not possess a valid driving license he had asked her to come along with her mother to the police station to collect the registration book of the vehicle, which he confiscated. (H.R.K. Pinto)


  Comments - 11

  • ANTON Friday, 21 July 2017 08:59

    PERSON UNDER 18, DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE , SURE IS AN OFFENSE , BUT WE MUST BE PROUD OF THIS GIRL FOR HELPING THEIR PARENTS WHILE GOING TO SCHOOL.

    Reply : 85       33

    BuffaloaCitizen Friday, 21 July 2017 11:24

    If her father was a doctor, will you be proud if she sits in and prescribes medicines when her father is away?

    Reply : 20       106

    C.K.Lankaputhra Saturday, 22 July 2017 05:59

    You can be proud, but the offence stands.,

    Reply : 2       47

    ANTON Saturday, 22 July 2017 07:51

    I THINK YOU ARE NOT AWARE OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A DOCTOR AND A DRIVER....... BUFFALOES EH ?

    Reply : 59       18

    Rubert Tuesday, 29 August 2017 10:55

    Buffalo is spot on. If the teacher is ill, you won't get the lesson from her ten year old daughter or if the driver is ill, you won't expect his 12 year old to drive your wedding car will you?

    Reply : 0       0

    kondaya77 Friday, 21 July 2017 23:00

    Buffaloacitizen your comment is stupid!

    Reply : 39       30

    Anura Tuesday, 29 August 2017 11:00

    That's a stupid comment pal. A driver has to take the responsibility of all the children in the van like a doctor, who has the responsibility of the patents under his or her care. He is spot on. Your problem is what we call the Sri Lankan problem, where our people don't take driving as something you don«t have to master, but just learn to changing gears.

    Reply : 0       0

    Ronnie Bugger Monday, 24 July 2017 11:27

    Oh, my Gosh, see what the world is coming to today - Sri Lankan style.

    Reply : 4       8

    DC Monday, 24 July 2017 17:04

    I totally agree with Buffalocitizen. She is risking her life as well as other children's life. Anton will you allow your kids to travel in that van?

    Reply : 1       29

    MP Tuesday, 25 July 2017 11:07

    True. Both a doctor and a driver have a big responsibility on others' lives.

    Reply : 0       21

    Hautaum Thursday, 27 July 2017 14:34

    except no numberplate white van cannot be requested post.

    Reply : 2       2

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