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Three college students injured in a bus accident

By Our Correspondent Updated: Sep 14, 2018 11:00 pm
A scene from the site of accident.

Our Correspondent

Kohima, Sep. 14 (EMN): Three students of St. Joseph College, Jakhama were injured when a private mini-bus carrying college students lost control and rammed onto a wall.

According to a police official at the site of accident, the incident was suspected to have occurred due a problem with the steering wheel, thereby hitting the two college students who were walking on the raod. He also informed that the ill-fated bus and the driver have been taken to South Police Station, Kohima for further investigation.

According to Neisizo Kuotsu, the president of Southern Angami Youth Organisation (SAYO), the incident occurred at around 8:30 am when the bus carrying the students were on their way to college in Jakhma.

He said along with the two boys, a girl, who was sitting inside the bus sustained injuries when she was thrown out of the bus during the impact. He also said a small private vehicle, Alto K-10, was rammed by the bus but that luckily no one was inside the car.

Among the three students injured, one was said to be in critical condition.

By Our Correspondent Updated: Sep 14, 2018 11:00:43 pm