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Four PSD officials killed and six injured in multi vehicular collision

10 September 2015 - 51   - 0

Four persons attached to the Presidential Security Division (PSD) were killed and six civilians were critically injured in a vehicle collision involving two buses and a Defender in Minuwangoda earlier this morning. The four victims had been traveling to a funeral house in a Defender, when they had attempted to overtake a bus. The defender and the bus had collided with another bus traveling in the opposite direction. Two persons in the defender were killed on the spot, while two others succumbed to their injuries whilst being admitted to the Gampaha hospital. The six who sustained injuries were travelling in the buses at the time and are currently in a critical condition .        

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