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At least one person was killed and another Injured after a tree fell on a bus at Galkanda in Diyathalawa this evening, Police said.

They said the bus was travelling towards Badulla from Colombo when the tragedy occurred.

The injured was admitted to the Diyathalawa Hospital. (Prasad Rukmal)

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  • WISE DONKEY Wednesday, 30 May 2018 04:52 PM

    How sad it is..........


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