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16 hospitalised in multiple vehicle accident in Kegalle

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At least sixteen people including two children aged 4 and 11 were hospitalised after they were injured when a cab hit a tipper truck and a van at Meepitiya in Kegalle this morning.
Police said the cab which was travelling from Kandy towards Colombo had collided with the tipper truck which was parked along the Colombo-Kandy Main Road and then collided head-on with the van travelling from Colombo towards Kandy.
The drivers of the cab and the van were also among the injured and they were admitted to the Kegalle Hospital.


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