Udupi: Shifting of toppled lorry leads to huge traffic jam at Parkala

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JD/EP)

Udupi, Jul 5: A lorry that had toppled at Parkala curve two days ago, caused a huge traffic jam at Parkala on Tuesday July 5. The lorry was being shifted from the spot which caused the traffic jam in lines on both the sides of the road in Parkala. The operation is in progress for the last four hours.

The accident had occurred on July 3 night. The lorry is being lifted with the help of two cranes. Some people who were tired of waiting went walking.

Strict police security is deployed at the spot.

Buses, cars, two wheelers, heavy vehicles etc to Karkala, Udupi, Dharmasthala, Manipal and Hiriadka have come to a standstill.

The operation is being conducted on war footing.





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  • Vyas, Guddeangdi ,Hiriadhka

    Wed, Jul 06 2022

    I am a regular person travelling by this road for work as I have to go travel to Padubidri for work. But the situation on this road is very( pathetic ) so bad at the night in raining season. But there are not caution boards(radium refactors) , no lights are fixed as there is no visibly on this road . The completed road stretch have no lights as these lights can be fixed urgently. As this road get damaged on regular basis and no permanent solution is taken to be implemented for the restoration of this road as thousand of travelers are in trouble and their life is at stake,

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