Three persons were killed when a Wagon R vehicle veered off the road and crashed into a concrete pillar near the Air Force Camp in Ekala, Ja-Ela, police said.
They said the car was traveling from Ja-Ela to Minuwangoda when the accident took place at around 6.45 am today on the Colombo-Minuwangoda Road.
The deceased were identified as residents of Kotugoda, Pamunugama and Raddolugama. (P.H.P. Perera)
BE FAIR Sunday, 31 January 2021 06:36 PM
You import crap and these are the consequences. The Govt should adapt an Automotive Policy Framework. Wonder if they know such need exists.
Jean Michel Müller Monday, 01 February 2021 12:29 AM
Sri lankans cannot drive there is no respect at all on the roads. They are all very selffish.
vince Monday, 01 February 2021 01:16 AM
Don't blame the tools for these. It is the drivers that cause accidents and resulting deaths. RIP
Kumar Sunday, 31 January 2021 11:06 PM
If all of them were wearing seat belts the result could have been different. Please learn to wear seat belts
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