Udupi: SUV hits car, barges into hotel on Katpadi service road, two injured

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (EP)

Udupi, Aug 18: The driver of a SUV on NH 66 Katpadi service road lost control of the vehicle and went crashing inside a nearby hotel.

Two persons suffered injuries in the mishap.

The Mahindra XUV car was on its way from Udupi to Bantakal. It hit a parked car and entered the hotel. The hotel employee and another person were injured.

Both the cars were mangled in the impact.

The Royal Hut Hotel has incurred a huge loss in the mishap.

The Kaup police visited the spot and conducted an inquest.

The case was yet to be registered when reports last came in.



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  • Terrence, Santhekatte

    Fri, Aug 19 2022

    Story given by you is like accident never happens. What is the conclusion of this accident. Half reporting and only giving heading to get publicity.

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  • KS Mayya, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Fri, Aug 19 2022

    If you name the hotel so attractively, it becomes even more attractive after 7pm. Clearly the SUV was speeding, else it did not have to make a grand entry into the Royal Hut.

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  • Sudesh pai, Manipal

    Fri, Aug 19 2022

    It is a clear case of drunken driving but nobody accepts it.

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  • srj, mangalore

    Thu, Aug 18 2022

    thats so terrible. SUV's should drive within speed limits in highways, people should not treat them as expressway!

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