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35 passengers escape unhurt after bus collision

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
By Narendra Gupta

Thirty-five passengers travelling in a private bus from Borivali to Thane had a lucky escape after their vehicle met with an accident at the Gaymukh naka on Ghodbunder road in Thane.

The Regional Disaster Management Cell officials (RDMC) said that no casualties were reported. However, bus driver Bhiku Das (23) sustained injuries on both legs and had to be admitted to the Kaivalya Hospital in Thane where his treatment is underway.

According to RDMC officials, the incident took place near the Shankar temple yesterday. Reportedly, the turn at Gaymukh naka is infamous for being extremely dangerous and an accident prone spot.

RDMC officer Santosh Kadam said, “We received a call at around 11.00 am after which we formed a team and rushed to the spot with one fire tender and one rescue vehicle”.

Police said the tourist bus bearing the registration number MH-04 JK 4068 was carrying 35 passengers and rammed into the other bus (MH-04 GP 2728) from behind.

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