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Bus accident injures 11
2012-10-03 08:10:22
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Eleven persons including seven school children and four civilians were injured following a bus accident at Katubedda, Moratuwa this morning, police said.

The injured were admitted to the Kalubowila hospital include two children were found to be in critical condition. (Pix by Dharmapala)






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Sunny Boy Wednesday, 3 October 2012 03:05
The road accidents are increasing even with so much of cops on the roads..looking at the state of these vahicles it shows how hard they have been hit...one of them have to be moving very fast, there is a lot of frustration on our roads due bad driving, three wheelers wagging from side to side, and then there those who talking on the phone and stalling the traffic. LANE DRIVING should be a MUST, police should hide and observe whats actually going on..and then come up proper solutions.
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habeeb Wednesday, 3 October 2012 04:55
they speed to thier grave. on the way their way they take more lives. Strict rules should be adopted to cancel the driving license of reckless drivers. Horns are much irritating.there were rules for azan from the mosques and other reigiuse places for sound polutions. but no rule for busses who make big noice with their ear teering horns.
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N A F COOREY Wednesday, 3 October 2012 05:00
LANE DRIVING A must i fully agree. The police they did a very good job but stopped all at once, and also blocking vehicles trying to overtake this is frustrating. The police if they do their job with the intention of solving the problem well things will be different .
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nipuna Wednesday, 3 October 2012 06:00
Not only "Follow correct lane" but overtaking from Left should be banned.
It is very important to implement this to all including motor cycles...
But who cares... there were so many ministers, deputy's, PS and Pradeshiya saba ministers responsible of transport.....
they all deaf/blind and paralized...
NS
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Imran Hussein Wednesday, 3 October 2012 06:30
Brill' Chari.
Very wise indeed. Looks like India cant stomach it mate.
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Singha Wednesday, 3 October 2012 08:49
Road Development Authority and Police must have a solid plan to reduce accidents and develop discipline on the minds of commuters pedestrians etc. Imposing fines alone do
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