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Three killed in accident in Ekala

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 By P. H. P. Perera  

 Three persons were killed when their vehicle (Wagon R) 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 travelling from Ja-Ela to Minuwangoda when the accident took place at around 6.45 am yesterday on the Colombo-Minuwangoda Road.    The deceased were identified as residents of Kotugoda, Pamunugama and Raddolugama.  

 Police suspect the accident occurred as the driver lost control of the vehicle due to speeding.  


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