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At least two people were killed and another three injured in a head-on collision between a three-wheeler and a bus at Malliyappuwa on the Hatton-Nuwara Eliya Main Road this afternoon, Police said.

They said the injured were admitted to the Lindula Divisional Hospital.

The driver of the bus was taken into custody in connection with the accident. (Shantha Chadrasiri)

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  • ceylon Tuesday, 12 September 2017 09:44 PM

    no medicine for negligence.head on coalision.drug users or sleepy drivers.both are criminal offencess for driving. via DM Android App

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