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Sindhupalchowk bus mishap: 81 injured return home

13 October 2019  

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SINDHUPALCHOWK: Passengers injured in the Badahare bus accident on Friday have started returning home after treatment.

Around 81 of them have returned home, according to the police.

Some 25 injured passengers, six critically, are still undergoing treatment, informed Deputy Superintendent of Police at the District Police Office, Madhav Kafley.

Among the 66 undergoing treatment at the Dhulikhel Hospital, 52 have returned home so far.

A total of 106 passengers were injured when a bus –Ba. 2 Kha. 2715 – belonging to Helambu Yatayat met with an accident at Tikhumode of Indrawati rural municipality last Friday.

Publish Date : 13 October 2019 12:44 PM

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