Kundapur: KSRTC bus overturns after lorry rams into it

Silvester D'Souza

Daijiworld Media Network - Kundapur (DRD)

Kundapur, Mar 16: A collision occurred between a government bus and a lorry on National Highway 66 near Santa Market in Kundapur on Thursday, March 16 morning. The bus was turning around to reach the bus station when the accident took place.

The KSRTC bus service was following its regular schedule on Thursday morning and had just taken a U-turn on National Highway 66 near Santhe Market when a lorry travelling behind it collided with the bus. Although the bus was empty, it overturned while turning. Fortunately, no casualties were reported.

The incident has highlighted the ongoing issue of government buses having to navigate difficult routes to reach the KSRTC bus station, prompting calls from the public for a permanent solution to be found.




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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 17 2023

    Highest accident in coastal belt happen in kundapur since decades. It's top rated #1 accident zone in entire costal region if you could recall including deaths of school children near trasi cross few years back.. the great NHAI & great current ruling party hasn't even bothered about it.

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  • g m hegde, mumbai

    Fri, Mar 17 2023

    Heard of Santa Claus never heard of Santa Market

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Fri, Mar 17 2023

    A small Tempo can overturn a KSRTC ...

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  • SRM, Shirva/Mumbai

    Fri, Mar 17 2023


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